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James Wood Family Papers, 173 WFCHS

Scope and Content: This collection contains the business papers of Col. James Wood Sr. and some of his family. The papers are accounts, diaries, receipts and various memorabilia of the family for the period from 1736 to1868. Included are papers of the Frederick County, Virginia Clerk’s office for the period from 1743 to 1769. This is an item-level inventory prepared by Wilmer Kerns. (5 boxes) Last updated 03/07.

Biographical/Historical: Col. James Wood Sr. (1707?-1759) was born, according to a grandson, in Winchester, Hampshire, England. He attended Oxford University, was a lieutenant in the Royal Navy, and came to Virginia with one of the colonial governors. Around 1735, he acquired a tract of land "on the branches of the Opequon" from which, in 1744, a large part of Winchester was formed in accordance with his stipulations to the Justices of Frederick County. He built the first "Glen Burnie" in 1738. He married Mary Rutherford in 1738 with whom he had children (1) Elizabeth (b. 1739), (2) James Jr. (b. 1741), (3) Mary (b. 1742), (4) John (b. 1743-44), and (5) Robert (b. 1747). He was a Colonel in the Frederick County militia and served with his friend Col. George Washington in the 1754 campaign against the French. He is buried in the family graveyard at Glen Burnie.

Cite As: James Wood Family Papers, 173 WFCHS, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA, USA.

Organization:

Note: This collection is available on microfilm (Boxes 1-3 on reel M-1972.1; Box 4 on Reel M-1972.1A) in the microfilm file cabinet. Microfilm may be photocopied; originals may not. Records on microfilm may be in different order from this inventory of documents. All items in this collection are manuscript unless otherwise noted. Microfilm is not available on interlibrary loan.

Box 1

Account Book/Journal of Colonel James Wood Journal – Typescript

The journal of Colonel Wood is a transcription of the account book of Colonel Wood. This 33-leaf typescript contains valuable information for historians and genealogists. Wood's book contains a variety of records, including memoranda, minutes, accounts, court business, and miscellaneous information. Many early settlers are named. Also of interest are the monetary values, both English and Spanish.

Account Book/Journal of Colonel James Wood, 1748-1757

The original, leather-bound account book of Colonel James Wood contains 42 manuscript pages (84 leaves). The external measurements of the book are 10½ x 15¼ cm. The book is too fragile for reproduction. This account book/journal contains valuable information for historians and genealogists. Wood's book contains a variety of records, including memoranda, minutes, accounts, court business, and miscellaneous information. Many early settlers are named. Also of interest are the monetary values, both English and Spanish.

James Wood Account Book Enclosures

Four manuscript pages were found in the pouch of Colonel Wood’s account book (same as Journal). These rare and valuable pages add to our understanding of the history of Old Frederick County.

Item 1: Lewis Neill certified that Samuel Littler killed a wolf, May 14, 1748. (16 X 8 cm)

Item 2: Letter to the Vestry of Frederick Parish from the Reverends John Gordon and William Mildrum, dated January 22, 1757. (23 X 38 cm)

Item 3: A list of 33 residents of Old Frederick County who applied for compensatory damage from the Colony of Virginia. Indians inflicted the damages during the French and Indian War. Colonel James Wood wrote this handwritten document, dated February 20, 1759, for submission to the General Assembly. Monetary losses are listed for each of the 33 claimants. (19 X 31 cm)

Item 4: Colonel James Wood wrote this fragile, 1-page account. It appears to have been an account of his travel expenses during a certain (undated) period. On one trip he "paid an Indian Pilot from Delaware Towns." He bought a bowl from an Indian chief, and bought trinkets from other Indians. Mention is made of Fort Pitt, the Sandusky (now in Ohio), Stafford, and Williamsburg. Wood was reimbursed for a bell stolen by Indians. Wood's travel expenses for this undated period amounted to 74 English pounds. (19½ x 15 cm)

Colonel James Wood’s Journal – Photocopies

All of the primary data in Box 1 of the James Wood Papers have been photocopied and placed in this folder. Those who want to photocopy pages from Colonel Wood's Journal or the associated pages in Box 1 should make copies from this file.

Box 2

Accounts, Undated—James Wood Sr. —Box 2

Account

Goods and Services

Date

Size (cm)

Rutherford Tailor ca. 1740s (9½ x 22)
John Duffield Bedsteads, cradle, table [Not stated] (10½ x 19)
Mentions Capt. Green [Not known] [Not stated] (15 x 19)
Frederick Haas Small account [Not stated] (5½ x 20½)
[Not stated] Beef, deer skins, etc. [Not stated] (11 x 19)

Accounts, 1730s—James Wood Sr. —Box 2

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Thomas Anderson Receipt for account 1736 (9 x 15)
*Daniel Hart*--Over-sized item in Mapcase 5, Drawer 7 List of medicines etc. 1737 (32 ½ x 42)
William Cower Sundry articles 1738 (15 x 19)
Timothy Holdway Large account with many names (2 leaves) 1736-1738 (16½ x 21½)
Brunswick County Large account 1736-1745 (30 ½ x 18 ½)
[Thomas Shanlon] Receipt for James Wood 1738 (9 ½ x 11)
Thomas Branson Jr. ** Sulivant’s account 1739 (13 x 19 ½)
Tim Holdway Receipt from James Wood 1739 (5 x 20)
Harmer and King Various goods 1739-1740 (16½ x 19½)
James Rutledge Payment to Gibbons Jennings 1739 (6 x 20)
John Sexton Receipt 1739 (4 ½ x 16)
Jacob Stover Re 3,000 acres 1739 (14 x 15 ½)
James Wood Payment to John Gordon 1739 (10½ x 14½)
[Not stated] Account (2 leaves) [Not stated] (16 ½ x 20 ½)

**Account mentions Joust Hite, Isaac Purkins and Matthias Alford.

Surveys, 1735 – ca. 1740—James Wood Sr.—Box 2

This small collection of miscellaneous surveys includes an index to the survey book of James Wood Sr. The Clerk of the County Court in Winchester maintained the original survey book. It has been called various titles, including James Wood's Survey Book, Orange County Survey Book, 1735-1740, or just the plain title Survey Book. Occasionally the book is called the Bayliss Survey Book, because two surveys of the town of Winchester by John Bayliss are appended to Wood's surveys. The index is arranged alphabetically, whereas the survey book is chronological. Unfortunately, the first 16 pages of the survey book were torn out to be presented as evidence during the Hite-Fairfax court suit. Therefore, the index is a very important document. Among the early surveys by Wood were the Bryan-Ross surveys in 1735. The Wood surveys included a plat and a narrative description of the land.

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

William Anderson Survey plat (90 acres) ca 1735 (14¾ x 17)
James Wood Index to Orange County Survey Book 1735-1740 (23 x 5)
Samuel Forgason Survey plat ca 1737 (9 x 15)
Alex Thompson Survey plat (300 acres) ca 1737 (10½ x 19¼)
James Wood Survey notes (torn) ca 1737 (10 x 24)
Col. James Patton Surveys in   (15 x 21 ½)

Payments Made by James Wood Sr., 1740-1744—Box 2

Name

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Andrew Campbell Credit by J. Wood 1740 (10 x 19)
Edward Glover Payment by J. Wood 1740 (9 ½ x 19 ½)
John Grayham Payment by Chas. McDowell 1740 (6 x 14 ½)
Robert Green Note to John Hyte 1740 (6 ½ x 19)
John Harron Payment by J. Wood 1740 (9 ½ x 12)
William Joliffe Note to Robert Allen 1740 (8 ½ x 19 ½)
John Little Payment by J. Wood 1740 (4 x 16)
John Robinson, Treasurer Duty on liquors 1740 (8 ½ x 20)
John Smith Re Joseph Evans 1740 (9 x 14 ½)
John Smith/Morgan Bryant Payment by J. Wood 1740 (5 ½ x 15)
Thornton/Lee Payment by J. Wood 1740 (5 ½ x 9)
Henry Wethebourne Payment by J. Wood 1740 (6 ½ x 18)
John Blake Payment by J. Wood 1741 (6 x 16)
Jonathan Gibson Certain land rights 1741 (8 ½ x 19)
Wil Prentis Orange quitrents 1741 (5 x 16)
R. Winslow Payment by J. Wood 1741 (4 ½ x 14)
Taverner Beale Payment by J. Wood 1742 (7 ½ x 18 ½)
Henry Downs Payment by J. Wood 1742 (8 x 16 ½)
William Glover Request for payment 1742 (9 ½ x 17 ½)
Charles Hart Promissory Note 1742 (3 x 15 ½)
George Hobson Payment by J. Wood 1742 (9 ½ x 14 ½)
George James Payment by J. Wood 1742 (4 x 19)
William Keith Payment by J. Wood 1742 (6 x 18)
Nicholas Mercer Payment by J. Wood 1742 (6 x 14)
Nicholas Mercer Payment for black horse 1742 (6 ½ x 18 ½)
John Rucker Payment by J. Wood 1742 (5 x 16 ½)
Lewis Stevens Paid 3 pistoles 1742 (10 x 15 ½)
[Thomas Wa?] Payment by J. Wood 1742 (7 x 18)
George Carthy Payment by J. Wood 1743 (5 x 21)
Richard Fosset Payment by J. Wood 1743 (5 ½ x 18 ½)
Patrick Grymes Payment by J. Wood 1743 (5 x 24 ¼)
John Hamlton Payment by J. Wood 1743 (12 x 19)
Rannells Payment by J. Wood 1743 (5 x 18 ½)
[Torn] Payment by J. Wood 1743 (5 x 14)
James Carter Payment by J. Wood 1744 (8 x 23 ½)
James Cathey Payment to J. Wood 1744 (4 x 16)
Michael Ewney Alice Aspinel-runaway 1744 (6 x 15)
Joseph Lupton Payment by J. Wood 1744 (5 x 19 ¼)
William Pukett Payment by J. Wood 1744 (10 x 21)
George Right Payment by J. Wood 1744 (8 x 20)
Daniel Southerland Payment by J. Wood 1744 (9 ½ x 15 ½)

Payments Made by James Wood Sr., 1745-1749—Box 2

Name

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Richard Fosset Receipt 1745 (13 ¼ x 15 ¾)
Richard [H] Receipt 1745 (5 x 16 ½)
Cuthbert Harrison Bed and furniture 1745 (6 x 22 ½)
Steven Hotsonbolla * Receipt 1745 (6 x 14)
Mary Malley Freedom dues 1745 (12 x 18 ¼)
John Newland For Morgan Terrance 1745 (10 x 22)
Jacob Niswanger * Receipt 1745 (7 ¼ x 20 ½)
Thomas Stanten Dispute with John Noel 1745 (9 ½ x 18)
Philip Babb Receipt (torn) 1746 (7 ½ x 15 ½)
James Bruce Receipt 1746 (9 ½ x 12)
Thomas Edwards 400 acres in Augusta County 1746 (4 ½ x 13)
John Hardin Receipt 1746 (4 ½ x 16 ¼)
Dr. Daniel Hart Salivation 1746 (7 x 8 ½)
F. Hite Receipt 1746 (6 x 19)
George Hollingsworth Receipt 1746 (7 ½ x 16 ½)
Morgan Terrance Receipt 1746 (5 x 16 ½)
Mary Wilkinson For nursing care 1746 (7 x 19)
William Wilson Receipt 1746 (7 x 15)
Robert Ashby Payment request 1747 (12 ½ x 15)
Andrew Campbell Re: Joseph Lupton 1747 (6 x 13)
Rob Jackson Receipt 1747 (7 ½ x 18 ½)
John Mills Re: Edmond Smith 1747 (9 ½ x 24 ½)
Thomas Morgan Promissory note 1747 (9 x 20 ½)
Henry Shipley Promissory note 1747 (4 x 15)
Morgan Turrance Receipt 1747 (5 x 12)
James Carter Cradle shelvings 1747-1748 (6 ½ x 13 ½)
Archibald Campbell Helmes note 1748 (14 ½ x 21 ½)
Roger Dyer Land patent with John Patton 1748 (7 x 15 ½)
John Edwards Receipt 1748 (10 ½ x 15)
John Frazer Receipt 1748 (8 ½ x 16)
Reuben Paxson Re: Connell Wood 1748 (8 ½ x 10)
Marquis Calmes Re: Jacob Hite 1749 (9 x 15)
Mary Fulton Nursing Mildred Hart 1749 (6 ¾ x 21)
Jacob Hite 600 acres-Rutherford 1749 (5 x 10 ¾)
Ben Howard John Matthew’s survey 1749 (8 ½ x 18 ½)
Capt. Johnston Message not intelligible 1749 (9 ½ x 20)
Hercules Ogle Receipt 1749 (9 x 16 ½)
Duncan Ogullion Request 1749 (10 x 13 ½)
Richard Winston Note 1749 (6 x 15 ¼)
James Wood 55 ½ pounds of beef 1749 (5 ½ x 16)

Payments Made by James Wood Sr., 1750-1756—Box 2

Name

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Stephen Elmore Blacksmith work 1750 (10 ½ x 14 ½)
William Elzey One pistole 1750 (12 ½ x 18)
Mary Stevens Freedom dues 1750 (5 x 20)
Captain Turner Receipt 1750 (8 x 14)
Thomas Wood Indebted to George Parrish 1750 (11 ½ x 16)
Robert Green Receipt 1751 (9 ½ x 15 ¼)
John Hopes Benjamin Rutherford debt 1751 (6 x 19 ½)
John Pagan Receipt 1751 (9 x 10 ¾)
William Minor Payment for his mother 1752 (10 ½ x 16 ½)
Thomas Nelson Receipt 1752 (7 ½ x 18 ½)
Thomas Wood Receipt from Williamsburg 1752 (7 x 18)
John Ashby/Marquis Calmes Tobacco receipt 1753 (23 x 18)
Andrew Caldwell Receipt 1753 (8 ½ x 16)
Edward Chruchman Spinning Wheel for Thos. Sharp 1753 (4 ½ x 12 ½)
John Dryar Two pair of shoes 1753 (6 x 18 ½)
John Grigsby Receipt 1753 (9 x 19)
Rob Jackson Sundry goods 1753 (8 x 15 ½)
Samson Lasarus Receipt 1753 (8 x 16)
Benjamin Levy Joseph Simons/Jacob Funk 1753 (6 ½ x 19)
John McMachen Leather 1753 (9 ½ x 16 ½)
John Murrey Court judgment 1753 (9 ½ x 14)
Charles Dick/Henry Brinker Receipt 1754 (7 x 17 ½)
Meredith Helms Receipt 1754 (4 x 15 ½)
Rob Jackson Rutherford receipt 1754 (23 x 19)
Richard Sturman Receipt 1754 (9 x 18)
[German signature] Receipt 1754 (8 x 17 ½)
Charles Dick Receipt 1755 (5 x 20)
Chrisman Erick Receipt 1755 (7 ½ x 19)
[Levy] Receipt 1755 (9 ½ x 16)
John Shomaker Re: Freedom dues 1755 (9 ¾ x 15 ½)
Richard Boyce Receipt 1756 (6 ½ x 20)
Joseph Lupton Jr. Weaving 1756 (5 ½ x 12 ½)
Thomas Nelson Receipt 1756 (8 x 19)
Enoch Pearson Receipt 1756 (7 ½ x 15 ½)
Chasper & John Boner Search for [Not stated] (3 x 9)

Accounts, 1740-1744—James Wood Sr.—Box 2

The following two folders consist of 31 miscellaneous accounts between Colonel James Wood and various "business people" in old Frederick County. The manuscripts present a rare scenario of commerce during the decade of 1740. Unless otherwise noted, Colonel Wood is the consumer of the goods and services.

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

McKay Sundries 1740 (13 x 19)
Charles Robinson Surveying 1741 (8½ x 21)
William Joliffe Footware 1742 (13 x 14)
Joseph Lupton Butter 1742 (10 x 20)
James McCrakin Agriculture contract 1742 (18 x 23)
McKay Sundries 1742 (16 x 21)
Brownrigg Nails, rum, coffeepot, etc. 1742-1743 (19 x 29)
Joseph Lupton Butter and cheese 1743 (11 x 14)
John McMachen Shoes 1743 (19 x 15)
[Illegible] Pantry supplies 1743 (10 x 19)
Jacob Dye Preparation of a farm for settlement 1743-1744 (7 x 29)
Robert Greenleaf Lockhart Medicines 1743-1744 (11 x 19)
Thomas Wood Gloves, horse whip, etc. 1743-1744 (13 x 19)
[Not stated] Saddles 1744-1746 (12 x 19)
James Carter Making farm equipment 1744-1747 (14 x 20)
[Torn-incomplete] Very interesting sundries 1744-1748 (20 x 30)
James Wood Sr. Legal words in Latin [Not stated] (19½ x 18)

Accounts, 1745-1750—James Wood Sr.—Box 2

Account Goods/Services Date Size (cm)
Capt. Thomas Chester Court business 1745 (8 x 30)
John Hopes Alcohol (brandy, ale, punch, liquor) 1745 (14 x 23)
[Not stated] Grain (29 Busheles wheat, etc.) 1745 (17 x 19)
*Ruben Rutherford*--Oversized item in Mapcase 5, Drawer 7 Sundries 1746 (30 x 37)
Peter Tostee Supplies for taylor & misc. 1746 (16 x 30)
John Smith Partial list of residents ca 1747 (26 x 16)
William Dobbin Beaver hat, etc. 1747 (14 x 15)
John Thornton Miscellaneous 1747 (7 x 15)
Peter Tostee Sundries 1747 (16 x 31)
Joseph Simons of Lancaster, PA Coffee, tea, chocolate, sugar 1748 (11 x 11)
Daniel Westing(?) [German name] 18 pairs of shoes 1748 (18 x 20)
Daniel Whitreigh Shoes 1748 (12 x 19)
Marquis Calmes Goods sold at Dr. Hart's vendue 1748 (19 x 31)
Thomas Chenowith Stock bands, nails, etc. 1748-1749 (9 x 19)
*N. Strother*--Oversized item in Mapcase 5, Drawer 7 Large sundries account 1749 (32 x 39)
George Hollingsworth Saddle and bridle 1749-1750 (11 x 15½)

Accounts and Receipts, 1750-1756—James Wood Sr.—Box 2

There are 21 accounts and receipts belonging to James Wood Sr. in this folder. A broad range of items was purchased, from farming implements to shoes, clothing, and alcohol. Services included bookbinding, tailoring, and blacksmithing.

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Richard Jackson Miscellaneous 1750s (16 x 31)
Jack Jacobs Book binding 1750 (15½ x 19)
Thomas Turnbill Dry goods 1750 (9 x 18)
Reuben Paxon Tailor 1750-1751 (16 x 17½)
James Carter Plows, cart 1751-1752 (10½ x 15)
Andrew Campbell Alcohol purchases 1752 (37 x 49)
Cresap & Rutherford Note 1752 (8 x 15½)
Daniel Westing (?) Shoes and dry goods 1752 (16 x 19½)
Andrew Campbell Alcohol purchases 1753 (37½ x 39)
John Dow Dry goods (long account) 1753 (39 x 47)
Lewis Moore Dry goods 1753 (24 x 31)
W. Rannells Grain 1753 (5½ x 16)
John Dow** Dry goods 1753-1754 (30 x 37)
John Dow Dry goods 1753-1754 (20 x 36½)
Mary Bally Liniment and thimble 1754 (6 x 7)
William Monger Blacksmithing 1754 (15 x 19½)
[Not stated] Sugar, tea, paper 1754 (16 x 19)
[Not stated] Shoes, cloth, thread 1754 (15 x 19)
Charles Smith Horses bought at Fort Cumberland 1755 (2½ x 5½)
Daniel Wotring Shoes 1756 (14½ x 16)
Issac Parkins Court fees [No date] (ca 10 x 20)

**Account mentions James Wood's brother

Construction, Pre-1759—James Wood Sr. —Box 2

The two items in this collection suggest the construction of a courthouse and possibly a jail. Written by the hand of James Wood Sr., the documents mention an office, chamber, passage and double chimney. The cost of different kinds of labor, such as masons, carpenters, smiths and a "labourer," were itemized. A stone wall that was three feet thick may have been a wall for the jail. No date is given, but the time period was within the era of 1744-1759. Proven by the handwriting of James Wood Sr.

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

James Wood Sr. Construction [Not stated] (18 x 11½)
James Wood Sr. Labor [Not stated] (10 x 14)

Accounts, 1759-1761—James Wood Sr. Estate—Box 2

The 38 manuscript items in this folder pertain to the settlement of the estate of Colonel James Wood Sr., who died on November 6, 1759. The first 37 are receipts that itemize various court services and fees owed to Colonel Wood in his capacity as Clerk of Court. Examples of services are: petitions, suits, attorney fees, judgments, orders, pleas, bail, continuances, etc. The 38th and final manuscript item pertains to the personal estate of Colonel Wood. His wife, Mary (Rutherford) Wood, was Executor for his estate.

Debtor to Frederick County Court

Date

Size (cm)

John, Robert, and Henry Ashby 1759 (19½ x 7)
Nimrod Ashby 1759 (19½ x 6½)
Robert Ashby 1759 (19½ x 4½)
Nathan Baker 1759 (19½ x 16½)
Patrick Bogle and Company 1759 (19½ x 6)
Jethro Brown's Exrs. 1759 (19½ x 8)
Col. John Carlyle for Gedney Clark 1759 (19½ x 5)
James Clark 1759 (19½ x 6)
James Dickeson 1759 (19½ x 4½)
Maj. Samuel Earle 1759 (19½ x 5½)
Everhart Fearing 1759 (19½ x 7)
Messrs. Franks and Levy 1759 (19½ x 6)
Richard Grayham 1759 (19½ x 4)
William Hicks Esq. 1759 (19½ x 5½)
George Michael Laubinger 1759 (19 x 8)
Michael Loller 1759 (19½ x 5)
Patrick McCarty 1759 (19 x 5)
Alex McDonald, Mercht 1759 (19½ x 7½)
George Mason & Company 1759 (19½ x 10)
Robert and Edward Maxwell (?) 1759 (19 x 7½)
John Mercer, Esq. 1759 (18½ x 4½)
Nicholas Minor 1759 (17 x 4)
John Neavill (Prince William) 1759 (19½ x 4½)
Solomon Nicholls 1759 (19½ x 4½)
William Ramsay 1759 (19½ x 4½)
Charles Ridgley 1759 (19½ x 6½)
Nicholas Schrack 1759 (20 x 4½)
Michael Shoemaker 1759 (19½ x 5½)
Marcus Shuhl 1759 (19½ x 5½)
Joseph Simons 1759 (19 x 4)
Lt. Charles Smith 1759 (19½ x 5½)
Gerrard Smith 1759 (19½ x 4)
Mathew Smith 1759 (20 x 5)
William Starkes 1759 (20 x 4)
William Thompson 1759 (19 x 5)
Maj. Peter Waggoner 1759 (19½ x 5)
G(eorge) Mercer * 1761 (11 x 10½)
Estate of James Wood Sr. ** [Not stated] (39 x 15 ½)

*This is a receipt dated August 7, 1761, from Mrs. Mary Wood, Exr., to G. Mercer for 79 pounds, 7 shillings, and 10¾ pence. These monies were "lodged in Col. Wood's Office as Clerk of Frederick by Thomas Caton as security . . . . Mention is made of "George Mason and others in the Ohio Company."

**This manuscript names 41 persons and the monetary amounts owed to the personal estate of Col. James Wood Sr. The personal estate amounted to 200 pounds, 9¼ pence, about one-third being owed by his business partners.

Papers of Mary Rutherford Wood, 1761-1797—Box 2

Mary Rutherford Wood, widow of Colonel James Wood Sr., survived her husband by 39 years. Colonel Wood died in 1759 and Mrs. Wood in 1798. This record group contains 13 items, which are either receipts or small business accounts.

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

David Forbes Jr. Fence rails and labor 1761 (15 x 18)
David Forbes Jr. Receipt for account paid 1762 (11½ x 18)
George Sexton Shoemaker 1763 (7½ x 17½)
Elias Holden Shoes 1782 (7½ x 15)
James Simrall Borrowed servants from Mrs. Wood 1783 (11 x 19)
John Kercheval Tax receipt 1785 (10 x 15)
George F. Norton Dry goods 1785 (14 x 19½)
John White/Archibald 50 bushels of corn 1785 (9 x 16 ½)
Daniel Norton Cloth 1786 (16 x 19½)
Daniel Norton Silk, linen, thread, ribbon 1786 (16½ x 18)
Daniel Norton/John Sommerville Blankets, stockings, bushel of salt 1787 (7 x 21½)
William Davison Coffee (on one side of page*) 1796 (15½ x 13)
Jacob Spery One calf skin 1797 (6½ x 15½)
Mary Wood Wrapper [No date] ca (24 ½ x 15)

*On the reverse side is a list of persons who owned bonds: Robert White, Alexander White, Benjamin Jolly, Mary Wood, Robert Galbreath, William McCauley, John Brown, John Hughes, John Dorman, Thomas Rutherford, Conrad Butts, Abraham Buckley, and Thomas Curlet.

Accounts and Receipts, 1761-1790—James Wood Jr.—Box 2

This section consists of 22 manuscripts. They include miscellaneous receipts and accounts associated with James Wood Jr.

Item

Date

Size (cm)

Summons for Grand Jury 1761 (10 x 20)
Account with Thomas Walker 1766-1776 (9½ x 24½)
Quitrents paid by James Wood Jr. 1767 (14 x 15)
Liquor account 1769 (11½ x 7½)
Store account with Edward Moor of Falmouth VA 1769 (19 x 30)
Account with Robert Pardine (very poor condition) 1769-1772 (18½ x 23)
Voucher for John Wood's travel (Abraham Fry mentioned) 1770 (8½ x 18½)
Bond account - Colonel Nevill 1771-1777 (11 x 14)
Account with Edwin Young 1772-1777 (12 x 20½)
Account with David McLure 1774 (9 x 18½)
Adam Haymaker for repair of guns 1775 (8½ x 12)
Account with Meshack Sexton 1775-1776 (14 x 19)
Receipt from John Campbell 1776 (6½ x 21)
Marriage license for William Kinkead and Agatha Chinn Feb. 7, 1777 (9 x 21)
Receipt from Elbert Greverat 1777 (20 x 11)
Receipt for 34 pounds, 17 shillings 1778 (7 x 16)
Account with Robert Aldridge for door, window, & 6 framed pictures 1778 (8 x 17)
Account of cattle (2 leaves) 1780 (20 x 32)
Witness for suit of Jacob Hite 1780 (8 x 19)
Court Case Quakers (Col. Poston mentioned) 1780s (10 x 17)
Receipt – Thomas Stevens 1790 (6 x 9½)
Note from David Williams [No date] (8 x 21)

James Wood Jr.—Discussion by Sally Wister—Box 2

This excerpt from Sally Wister's Journal provides a Quaker maiden's account of her experiences with officers of the Continental Army, 1777-1778. One of the officers was Colonel James Wood Jr. These excerpts are pages 82-83 and 106-107, 5 leaves, printed (photocopy).

Accounts, 1780-1843—Robert and Comfort Wood—2 folders. Robert Wood (1749-1801), youngest son of Colonel James Wood, lived at Glen Burnie, the Wood ancestral home in Winchester. Robert married Comfort Welsh (1751-1850), who survived him by 49 years. They had 18 children. One of their daughters, Dorcas Wood, married Lawerence A. Washington, a nephew of President George Washington. The next two folders have 43 items, of which 19 belong to Robert and 24 relate to his estate or his widow Comfort.

Accounts, 1780-1804—Robert and Comfort Wood—Box 2

Account

Subject

Date

Size (cm)

P. Philips Various kinds of alcohol [No date] (11½ x 19)
Edward Moore Dug a grave for Negro Charles 1780 (8 x 21½)
J. Kercheval Taxes and levies 1785 (9 x 12)
James Edmondson Tailor account 1787 (18½ x 19½)
J. Kercheval Taxes on Negroes and horses 1787 (21 x 23)
William Holliday Cloth and buttons 1791 (18 x 15)
John Royer Receipt for 5 pounds 1791 (9½ x 15½)
John Conrad Very large account* 1792 (45 x 34)
Willliam Thompson Large account of dry goods 1793 (19½ x 31½)
[Not stated] Construction of Glen Burnie 1794 (19 x 19)
Peter Kehoe Shoemaker services 1795 (20½ x 21)
Henry Bush Lodging, meals, cider 1797 (15 x 19)
P. Philips Receipt for 4 pounds 1798 (9 x 18)
Thomas Waite Receipt 1798 (8½ x 10½)
Nathan Wilcocks Two pairs of shoes 1800 (6 ½ x 19 ½)
Adam Young Making overalls 1800 (9 x 20)
Elijah Little Two shotes (hogs) 1802 (19½ x 13½)
Charles Grim Farm crops, whiskey 1804 (5½ x 26½)

*One manuscript page account, including 20 cords of wood, 2100 bricks, 116 gallons of whiskey, dry goods, and sundries.

Accounts, 1805-1843—Robert and Comfort Wood—Box 2

Account

Subject

Date

John & Abraham Miller Medicinal barks 1805
Jenny Thompson Receipt for cash 1805
Holliday A. Roberts Estate acct. of Mrs. James Wood 1806
Lewis Hoff Dry goods 1807
Lewis Hoff Dry goods 1807
Lawrence A. Washington Estate of Robert Wood 1807-1811
John Baker 124 pounds of beef 1809
Robert Macky Receipt by Lawrence A. Washington 1809
Robert Wood's heirs Chancery Court in Staunton 1810
[Not stated] Weaving 1810
John Grim Receipt 1813
J. G. Hening Sworn statement of estate 1816
Joshua Newbraugh Tables (two leaves) 1816
Daniel Lee Note to heirs of Robert Wood 1817
Hartman and Meredith Jewelry repair 1819
Daniel Lee Note to heirs of Robert Wood 1820
Phillips and Foster Mending ring 1820
Daniel Lee Note to heirs of Robert Wood 1824
William Miller Sugar, coffee, salt 1825
Daniel Lee Note to heirs of Robert Wood 1827
Daniel Lee Note to heirs of Robert Wood 1829
John Neville 100 shrews, ironing sylinder, 3 large bands 1830
Robert Wood's heirs Robert Wood's estate 1830
D. Lee's Exrs Note to heirs of Robert Wood 1832
Richard M. Sydnor Commissioner's receipt 1833
Joseph W. Long Sheriff's receipt 1840
Robert J. Crockwell Receipt for Wood heirs 1843
George Leps Rental and bath [No date]
Joseph W. Long Mentions 5 slaves, 8 horses [No date]
D. McCarty Thrashing [No date]
[Wrapper] "Papers related to the estate of R. Wood, dec'd" [No date]

Accounts, 1807-1821—Daughters of Robert and Comfort Wood—Box 2

Six of Robert and Comfort Wood's daughters reached the age of maturity: Mary Dorcas, Comfort, Harriot, Catherine, Sarah Ann and Julia Wood. The following papers relate to the Wood daughters.

Account

Subject

Date

Miss Comfort Wood Account with Baker's 1807
[Not stated] Account with Baker's 1807
Miss Wood Account with James Little 1808
Miss Wood Account with James Little 1808
Miss Wood Account with Wm.Holliday 1808
Miss Wood Receipt from Adam Kurts 1808
Miss Wood Account with Wm. Holliday 1809
Miss Wood Account with John Bell 1809
Miss Harriout Wood Account with Isaac Baker 1810
Miss Wood Account with Millers 1815
Miss Sally Wood Account with Baker's 1821

Letters, 1849-1852, Julia Wood—Box 2

Julia Wood, born on August 10, 1801, was the youngest of 18 children of Robert and Comfort (Welch) Wood. The 14 items in this group relate to correspondence during the period of 1849-1852.

Addressed to

From

Date

"Dear Madam" Elizabeth McElroy 1849
Julia Wood Comfort Dailey 1850
"Dear Aunt" Jane Lobb 1851
Mrs. Dailey 1 empty envelope 1851
Julia Wood Julia May Morton 1851
Jos. S. Wood, Esq. Lyman C. Draper 1852
Julia Wood E.C. Stuart 1852
[Not given] C. Lobb 1856
Julia Wood 1 empty envelope [Not stated]
The Misses Woods Sarah Waite [Not stated]
The Misses Woods 3 envelopes only [Not stated]
[Not given] A. W. H. Boyd [Not stated]
[Not given] "re: Strawberry Culture" [Not stated]
Julia Wood 1 empty envelope [Not date]

Papers of Julia Wood, 1861-1892—Box 2

The following 19 manuscript items relate to Julia Wood (born in 1801), daughter of Robert and Comfort Wood.

Account

Subject

Date

Size (cm)

M.H. Brooke Velvet hat, cape 1861 (8 x 19 ½)
Christ Church Pew rental 1866 (5 x 20)
Christ Church Pew rental 1867 (17 ¾ x 12)
Glass & Campbell Calculation of interest 1867 (13 x 20 ¼)
Christ Church Pew rental 1868 (17 ½ x 12)
Henry Kinzel Receipt 1868 (12 x 16 ½)
Christ Church Pew rental 1869 (16 x 4 ½)
Thomas Middleton Grain, horse rental 1869 (27 ½ x 16)
William L. Clark Rental of pew #9 (tom) 1870 (11 x 18)
Frederick County Treasurer School contract form 1870 (7 ½ x 17 ½)
Julia Wood Her name and date only 1870 (l0 x 7 ½)
William H. Streit Dry goods and sundries 1871 (20 x 13)
Christ Church Rental of pew #9 1872 (5 ¼ x 16)
W. W. Glass Receipt 1880 (8 x 20)
Carter Rusmissell Receipt 1880 (12 ½ x 19)
W. W. Glass Receipt 1887 (13 x 19 ½)
J. B. Russell & Bro. Dry goods 1892 (19 ½ x 11 ½)
Julia Wood Silk and tailor cost [Not date] (13 x 12 ½)
Harriet Wood Hair sample [Not date] (23 x 15 ¼)

Accounts, 1790-1825 – Robert W. Wood. Robert W. Wood (1776-1855) was a son of Robert and Comfort (Welsh) Wood. He was a medical doctor in Winchester. There are 46 manuscript items in the next two folders.

Accounts, 1790-1810 – Robert W. Wood—Box 2

Account

Subject

Date

Size (cm)

Nancy Zurek

Receipt

1796

(6 x 19)

James Graham

"Supper w/lodging"

1797

(19 ½ x 13)

Sarah Brown

Promissory Note

1800

(12 x 18 ½)

James Faulkner

Letter re account

1800

(22 x 20)

W.C. Litler

Purchase of shoats

1802

(15 x 15 ½)

John Brady

Lodging and alcohol

1803

(23 x 30)

Archibald Magill

Note for $716.13

1803

(14 x 16)

John Ferguson

Note

1806

(10 x 18)

Charles Grim

Statement of debt

1806

(11 ½ x 20)

Lewis Hoff

Note for Sarah Brown

1806

(17 x 20)

John Brady, dec'd Statement of account

1807

(21 x 24)

Lewis Hoff Alcohol

1807

(12 x 16)

William Johnston Horse

1807

(19 x 15 ½)

W. Jones Partial payment of watch

1807

(5 ½ x 20)

Thomas M. Throckmorton

Cloth, flax

1807

(16 ½ x 20 ½)

Isaac Baker Dry goods

1808

(11 ½ x 20)

Isaac Baker Dry goods

1808

(16 x 18 ½)

Henry & Philip Hoover Note

1808

(9 ½ x 20)

G. Collett Advertisement in newspaper

1809

(7 ½ x 16 ½)

W. Davison Payment of account

1809

(9 x 9 ½)

George W. Kiger Whiskey

1809

(12 x 18 ½)

Kiger and Campbell Receipt

1809

(20 x 8)

Henry I. Peyton, C.C. Legal bill

1809

(9 x 16)

Henry I. Peyton, C.C. Legal bill

1810

(6 ¾ x 15 ¾)

William Davison French brandy

(no date)

(9 ½ x 15 ½)

Dr. RW. Wood Envelope

(no date)

(19 ½ x 24)

Accounts, 1811-1831-Robert W. Wood—Box 2

Account

Subject

Date

Size (cm)

John Hoff

Repairs

1811

(8 ½ x 16 ½)

Henry I. Peyton

Chancery Court

1811

(6 ½ x 16)

William Taylor

Debt of Mrs. Wood

1811

(8 ½ x 15 ½)

Lawrence A. Washington

R Wood's estate

1811

(19 x 19)

Lawrence A. Washington

R Wood's estate

1811

(4 x 16)

John Heiskell

Subscription to journal

1812

(5 ½ x 20 ½)

James Keith

Chancery Court

1812

(15 x 19)

John Cooke

Attorney

1813

(16 ½ x 17)

T. Brown

Statement of account

1814

(10 ½ x 20)

Humphrey and Keys

Store account

1815

(19 ½ x 25)

Daniel Lee

Court case

1815

(4 x 17)

Daniel Lee

Court case

1816

(4 x 16 ½)

G. Orrick

Court case

1817

(10 x 22)

Robert B. White

Court judgment

1817

(2 ½ x 16)

A. Zigler

Statement

1817

(8 x 19 ½)

Hartman and Meredith

Jewelry repairs

1820

(10 x 21)

Frederick Aulick

Tailor service

1820-1825

(11 ½ x 20 ½)

Edward McGuire, Exr. Interest on R.W.Wood's Estate

1824-1825

(10 x 21)

Elizabeth Brady

Debt of R W. Wood

No date

(10 ½ x 17)

R McKnight Receipt

No date

(10 x 20)

Accounts, 1817-1825 – Robert W. Wood, Whiskey orders—Box 2

This folder contains 112 manuscript items that were written by Dr. Robert W. Wood, a physician in Winchester. Dr. Wood was a son of Robert Wood and a grandson of Colonel James Wood. The 111 orders are one-sentence requests for "a gallon of the best whiskey." The requests, addressed to Mr. John Crockwell, are written on scraps of paper measuring approximately 6 x 22 cm each. One additional request (not dated) was made on a note with dimensions of ca. 10 x 24 cm.

Receipts, 1817-1818

Receipts, etc. 1819-1825

Accounts, 1806-1831 – Papers of Mrs. Comfort Wood—Box 2

Comfort Welsh (1751-1840) married Robert Wood, youngest son of Colonel James Wood, on April 12, 1774. They had 18 children, of whom 9 reached maturity. This family lived at Glen Burnie. There are 70 manuscript items in the following two folders.

Accounts, 1806-1810 – Mrs. Comfort Wood—Box 2

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Holliday and Roberts Dry goods

1806

(20 x 33)
H. W. & I. Baker Casimer, silk, Holland

1807

(21 ½ x 14)
H. W. & I. Baker Coffee, sugar, tea

1807

(13 ½ x 20 ½)
H. W. & I. Baker Dishes, teapot, candles, etc.

1807

(20 ½ x 20 ½)
H. W. & I. Baker Dry goods

1807

(20 x 27 ½ )
William Hill Tuition for grandchildren

1807

(3 ½ x 20)

Lewis Hoff

Sugar, tea, thimbles

1807

(10 x 14 ½)

Lewis Hoff

Sundries

1807

(13 x 16)
Holliday & Roberts Receipt for $60

1807

(7 x 21)
Samuel Murphy Thrashing 230 bushels of rye

1807

(6_ x 17)
Joseph Snapp Receipt for $12

1807

(7 x 21)
H. S. G. Tucker Judgment on estate

1807-1816

(20 x 24)
Isaac Baker Sundries

1808

(19 x 20)
Isaac Baker 36 window panes

1808

(20 x 9)
B. Carson Shoemaker

1808

(19 ½ x 32 ½)
Hill/Streit Tuition for Wood children

1808

(21 x 6 ½)
Harry Pie Receipt for labor

1808

(6 x 15)
Lawrence A. Washington Receipt

1808

(12 x 20)
Lawrence A. Washington Receipt

1808

(8 ½ x 19)
Lydia Wood Weaver services

1808

(6 x 20)
John Baker Beef, mutton

1809

(12 x 21)
I. C. and C. B. Baldwin Payment for sundries

1809

(11 x 20)
John Bell Sundries

1809

(20 ½ x 13)

John Bell

Sundries

1809

(21 x 25 ½)

B. Carson Shoes and repairs 1809 (20 ½ x 34)
Martin Cartmell Note 1809 (6 ½ x 21)
Joseph Sidebottom Weaver services 1809 (12 x 20)
Christian Streit Tuition account 1809 (17 x 26)
Lawrence A. Washington Receipt for account paid 1809 (8 ½ x 19)
Lawrence A. Washington Receipt for $27 1809 (12 x 20)
Isaac Baker Dry goods 1810 (16 ½ x 19)
John Bell Store account 1810-1811 (15 ½ x 40)
Samuel Brown Fancy dry goods 1810 (20 ½ x 15 ½)
Mr. Carson Receipt 1810 (5 x 20 ½)
Hartman and Phillips Silver 1810 (11 ½ x 20)
Hartman and Phillips Spoons and walking stick 1810 (9 x 20)
William Holliday Dry goods 1810 (19 x 30 ½)
William Taylor Tax assessment 1810 (15 ½ x 6 ½)

Accounts, 1811-1831 – Mrs. Comfort Wood—Box 2

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Isaac Baker Receipt for $101.12 1811 (9 x20 ½)
Isaac Baker Dry goods 1811 (20 x 34)
Isaac Baker Bonnets and ribbons 1811 (13 ½ x 20)
Isaac Baker Dry goods 1811 (20 ½ x 34)
John Bell $30 account receipt 1811 (9 x 19 ½)
John Bell Large mercantile account 1811 (17 x 41)
John Carter Plastering and lime 1811 (10 x 20)
Hartman and Phillips Jewelry 1811 (11 x 16 ½)
Joseph Sidebottom Weaving 1811 (20 x 24)
William Taylor Tax for 8 negroes, etc. 1811 (6 ½ x 15 ½)
William Taylor Tax account 1811 (16 x 19)
Isaac Baker Payment of account 1812 (19 x 7 ½)
William Holliday Dry goods 1812 (12 ½ x 19)
Rev. Christian Streit Tuition account 1812 (18 x 30)
William Taylor Tax assessment 1812 (6 ½ x 16)
Lydia Wood Weaving 1814 (15 x 16 ½)
John Bell Store receipt 1815 (9 x 19)
John Bell Dry goods 1815 (13 ½ x 19)
John Belli A. Gamble Note 1815 (10 ½ x 21)
John Bell Large mercantile account 1815-1816 (2 ledger pgs)
W. Davison Personal property taxes

1815

(5 ½ x 20 ½)
J. P. A. Miller Very large store account 1815-1818 (6 ledger pgs)
[Not stated] [Not stated] 1815 (3 ½ x 17 ½)
W. Davison Tax assessment 1816 (5 x 19 ½)
John Baker Veal, beef ca. 1817 (12 ½ x 20)
John Bell Sundries 1817 (18 ½ x 20)
William Brumfield Bartering for labor ca. 1817 (7 x 16 ½)
B. Carson Receipt for $2.50

1817

(7 x 20)
Hartman and Meredith Mounting jewelry

1817

(12 x 21)
Sheriff’s tax account Land and personal property 1817 (19 ½ x 28)
Isaac Baker Sugar, coffee, needles

1820

(12 ½ x 20)
Obed Waite Pew rental at Christ's Church

1831

(4 ½ x 16)
Rev. Streit/Hill Bartered goods

[No date]

(12 ½ x 19)
Comfort Wood Balance due on note

[No date]

(2 ½ x 7 ½)

Box 3

Estate of Dr. Daniel Hart

Dr. Daniel Hart is said to have been the first physician in the Shenandoah Valley, although Dr. Robert White was practicing medicine as early as 1736 in Old Frederick County. The Hart papers are in the James Wood Collection because Colonel Wood served as Executor for the Hart estate. Dr. Hart died sometime between September 23 and October 5, 1748.

Accounts, 1743-1747 – Dr. Daniel Hart Estate—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Daniel Hart 325 yards of "inning" 1743 (6 ½ x 20 ½ )
Daniel Philips Rum, flowers, plates 1744 (12 ½ x 12)
Mr. Richards Money receipt 1744 (6 x 12)
Estate of Ralph Humphrey Account 1745 (38 x 31)
Daniel Hart Court fees 1746 (11 x 19)
Daniel Hart Account 1746 (16 ½ x 21)
Henry Brinker Saddler 1747 (31 x 17)
John Carlyle Account 1747 (l0 ½ x 19)
Joseph Carroll Account 1747 (18 ½ x 26 ½)
William Cocks Brandy and cider 1747 (13 x 31)
Dr. Archibald Craig Account - alcohol 1747 (21 x 14 ½)
John Graham Court fees 1747 (6 ½ x 15)
Isaac Rite Cattle, sundries 1747 (17 ½ x 10)
John Rite 46 gallons liquor, etc. 1747 (15 ½ x 19)
Dr. Daniel Hart Medical Account Book (16 pages) 1745 (9 ½ x 30)
John Hopes Sundries 1747 (16 ½ x 14 ½)
Isaac Parkins Debt to Semon 1747 (5 x 16 ½)
John Walker Sundries 1747 (31 x 19)
David Ross Judgment by John Ross 1747-1748 (11 x 18 ½)

Accounts, 1748 – Dr. Daniel Hart Estate—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Andrew Caldwell Regarding a debt 1748 (8 x 19)
Peter Casey Bought a horse 1748 (21 x 15)
William Cochran Mutton and liquor 1748 (18 ½ x 10)
William Cochran Alcohol 1748 (7 x 15 ½)
Cochran/Neal/Campbell Court receipt 1748 (5 x 18 ½)
Hannah Dannelley Payment of wages 1748 (4 x 18)
Thomas Doster Grain for horses 1748 (21 ½ x 33 ½)
John Frazier/Solomon Hedges Receipt for wages 1748 (11 x 21 ½)
James Hamilton Large account 1748 (31 ½ x 19)
Capt. George Johnson Account 1748 (19 x 31)
Gabriel Jones Legal ads and fees 1748 (19 x 16)
John Jones & John Neland Receipt 1748 (9 ½ x 15 ½)
Peter Kersey/Isaac Malon Found a horse 1748 (9 ½ x 9)
10hn Minor Account with John Pagan 1748 (11 x 19)
John Neland Use of land 1748 (17 x 15)
Mr. Secretary Nelson Appeal 1748 (4 ½ x 18 ½)
Mr. Secretary Nelson Appeal 1748 (4 ½ x 16)
John Nicholas Court fees 1748 (4 x 15)
John Nicholas Court dismissal 1748 (4 ½ x 15)
Richard Oliver Made Dr. Hart's coffin 1748 (21 x 17)
Isaac Parkins Turpentine and bottle 1748 (10 ½ x 13 ½)
Catherine Rogers Paid for washing linen 1748 (9 x l5 ½)
Robert Semon Brandy 1748 (7 ½ x 20 ½)
Peter Tostee Dry goods 1748 (11 x 18)
Francis Walker Statement of account 1748 (5 x 19)
James Wood Bond with Dr. Hart 1748 (8 ½ x 20)
Daniel Worting Receipt [in German] 1748 (6 ½ x 9 ½)
Dunkari Ogullion Purchase of horse [No date] (6 ½ x 20)

Accounts, 1749 – Dr. Daniel Hart Estate—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

James Dunbar Promissory note

1749

(5 x 16)
J. Graham For processing court papers

1749

(4 ½ x 15)
William Grenaway 5 weeks boarding

1749

(12 ½ x 20)
Hart's estate Payment to Mr. Morris

1749

(6 x 16)
Meredith Helm Hart's debt

1749

(7 x 18)
Jacob Rite Clerk's fee

1749

(4 ½ x 20)
[? Karon] Receipt

1749

(3 ½ x 19 ½)
Stephen Minor Promissory note

1749

(5 x 20)
Richard Oliver Promissory note

1749

(6 x 16)
John Pagan Statement of account

1749

(20 ½ x 33)
Isaac Parkins Debt to Lucy Lemon

1749

(4 x 17)
Anthony Wharton Driving a herd of cattle

1749

(6 x 19)
James Wood/Calmes Court orders

1749

(20 ½ x 32 ½)

Accounts, 1750-1754 – Dr. Daniel Hart Estate—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Capt. Marquis Calmes Account

1750

(20 ½ x 13 ½)
Marquis Calmes/James Wood Legal and court fees

1751

(12 x 20 ½)
William Ramsay

Receipt

1751

(12 x 21)
Faril Reily

Receipt

1751

(10 x 17)
Cuthbert Harrison

Receipt

1754

(9 x 19)
Estate of Daniel Hart Executor's account (important)

[No date]

(38 ½ x 31)
Hart's estate Branded horse

[No date]

(5 x 15 ½)
Benjamin Govell (?) Wine and rum

[No date]

(8 x 13)
John Hite Payment to estate

[No date]

(11 ½ x 16)
James Lemon Receipt

[No date]

(11 ½ x 16 ½)
Isaac Parkins Box iron and heaters

[No date]

(8 x 31)
Francis Walker Tea ware and pewter pot

[No date]

(11 ½ x 31)
James Wood Cover page for vouchers

[No date]

(9 ½ x 31 ¾)

Wood, James, Sr.—Deed from Lord Fairfax, 1753—Box 3

Deed for 1241 acres of land in Frederick County (photocopy).

Household Bills I—Box 3

This collection of 10 manuscript (fragments) items and 5 small fragments is referred to as "household bills." Actually they are undated scraps of paper with little or no information. Some of the scraps are blank, while others contain bits of information tom from a larger, unidentified page.

Household Bills II (portions of)—Box 3

This collection of 19 manuscript items is also called "household bills." Seven of the items are blank, while others contain a range of scribbling, from numerical scratches to a receipt for William Wood, dated July 24, 1848.

Accounts, 1807-1868 – William Wood

William Wood, son of Robert Wood and grandson of Colonel James Wood, was born on January 5, 1786 and died in 1872. He served in the Virginia House of Delegates during 1830-1832, 1838 and 1841-1844. From these papers, it appears that William was a brick manufacturer who engaged in farming during his later years. The manuscripts represent bills, accounts, receipts, deposit slips, notes, delivery requests, orders, etc.

Accounts, 1807-1813 – William Wood—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Jacob Kiger Unidentified

1807

(33 ½ x 40 ½)
John Preis(?) Weaving loom

1807

(8 x 20 ½)

W. Taylor Muster fines 1807-1808

(6 ¼ x 19)

John Baker Paid on account 1808

(8 x 19 ½)

Samuel Brown 3 sickles 1808

(12 x 20 ½)

Lewis Hoff Coffee 1808 (8 ½ x 16)
Lewis Hoff Sundries 1808 (6 ½ x 15 ½)
Adam Kurtz Wheel work 1808 (6 x 20 ¼)
Joseph A. Lingan Publishing 1809 (7 ½ x 20 ½)
Commander - 31st Reg. Muster fine 1810 (2 ½ x 17)
Peter Coontz Woodworking 1810 (16 ½ x 20)
D. G. Gibson Receipt 1810 (11 x 20 ¼)
Hoff & Morris Dry goods & sundries 1810 (28 ½ x 16 ½)
William Brumfield Weaving 1811 (4 ½ x 16 ½)
Peter Coontz Hire of Negroes 1811 (10 x 19 ½)
William Heiskell Subscription to the Winchester Gazette 1811 (7 ½ x 17)
Peter Coontz et al. Receipt - court 1812 (5 ½ x 16 ¼)
John Heiskell Newspaper subscription 1812 (11 x 20)
Wm and Abm Miller Receipt 1812 (7 ¼ x 20 ¼)
Hartman and Phillips Acct of Comfort Wood 1813 (6 x 14 ¾)
Morris and Jack Dry goods and sundries 1813 (37 ½ x 15 ½)

Accounts, 1814-1819 – William Wood—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

J. A. Keith Court fee

1814

(3 ½ x 15 ¼)
A. H. Powell Collection of bill

1814

(15 x 19)
William Morris Store account (7 leaves)

1815

(38 x 15 ½)
Wade (?) Tanquary (?) Receipt

1815

(2 x 19)
William Clark Corn for grinding

1816

(12 ½ x 19)
W. Davison Personal property tax

1816

(5 ½ x 21)
William Holliday Linen and cloth

1816

(10 x 20 ½)
Isaac Hollingsworth 62 bushels of wheat

1816

(11 x 20)
Lane & Brome Dry goods

1816

(25 x 20 ½)
D. McCormick Receipt

1816

(2 ½ x 16 ¼)
Abm Melton Tax on 5 Negroes

1816

(8 x 20)
William Miller Dry goods

1816

(16 ½ x 19 ½)
Captain Murray Muster fine, 31st Reg.

1816

(2 x 16)
Sarah Zane Clerk's recording fee

1816

(4 x 19)
J. B. Attensworth Taxes

1817

(7 ¾ x 20 ½)
Samuel Brown Sundries

1817

(25 x 21 ½)
Captain Coyle Muster fine 1817 (3 x 16)
A. Green Fee for Zane's land 1817 (3 x 12 ½)
D. McCormick Tax assessment 1817 (3 x 16)
William Cochran For carding wool 1818 (9 x 19 ½)
E. Milton Tax assessment 1818 (15 x 20)
John von Riesen Fancy dry goods 1818 (31 x 18 ¾)
[Not stated] Receipt 1818 (8 x 16 ½)
Joseph Baker Court judgment 1819 (19 x 12)
John Bell Cotton, thread, linen 1819 (16 x 19)
John Bell Dry goods and sugar

1819

(17 x 19 ½)
Sheriff of Frederick Co. Tax assessment

1819

(14 x 17)
von Riesen & Senseny Dry goods (2 leaves)

1819

(31 x 19 ¼)

Accounts, 1820-1822 – William Wood—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Frederick Aulick Tailoring 1820 (35 x 21)
John Fitzsimmons Receipt 1821 (8 ½ x 20)
Joshua Gore (sheriff) Tax assessment 1821 (6 x 11 ½)
George McGlassin Newspaper subscription 1821 (8 x 21)
Alex S. Tidball Promissory note 1821 (17 x 9)
John Bell Promissory note 1822 (7 ¾ x 16 ½)
John Bell $160 bank note 1822 (10 x 19 ½)
Beatty Carson Statement of account 1822 (13 ½ x 20)
William Miller Store account (4 pages) 1822 (34 x 20 ½)
Alexander S. Tidball Promissory note 1822 (8 ½ x 19)
A. S. Tidball Bank notes (16 items) 1822 (ca 7 ¾ x 19)
N. A. Ward Note for $12 1822 (10 x 16 ½)
[Not stated] Personal check 1822 (6 x 16)
William Wood Bank deposit book (12 pgs w/cover) 1822-1824 (16 x 10)

Accounts, 1823-1827 – William Wood—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Captain Coyles Muster fine 1823 (1 ¼ x16)
Fitzsimmons & Reilly Salt, saltpeter 1823 (16 x 20)
G. D. Harrison Milling 1823 (20 x 32 ½)
Miller and Grove Cloth 1823 (14 x 14)
Miller and Grove Linen flax, cotton 1823 (21 x 20)
Miller and Grove Gunpowder, allum [sic] 1823 (10 x 14)
Miller and Grove Large account, dry goods 1823 (41 x 16 ½)
Office of Discounts and Deposits [sic] Receipt for $97.12 1823 (6 x 16 ½)
Robert A. Taggart Large account, sundries 1823 (40 ½ x 16 ½)
A. S. Tidball Bank notes (8 items) 1823 (ca 8 x 20)
A. S. Tidball Promissory note for $75 1823 (8 x 13 ¾)
George D. Harrison Milling 1823-1824 (20 ½ x 33)
Arthur Carter & Son Receipt for fulling 1823-1825 (4 x 19 ½)
Captain Coyles Muster fine 1824 (2 ½ x 17)
John Hess Receipt 1824 (3 ½ x 9)
Ja Keith Receipts for court fees (2 items) 1824 (3 ½ x 16 ½)
John Nevill Request for beef 1824 (14 x 20)
Office of Discounts and Deposits [sic] Receipt for $47.22 1824 (6 x 17 ½)
Jonathan Smith Grain for milling 1824 (4 ½ x 19)
A. S. Tidball Promissory notes (5 Items) 1824 (6 ½ x 16 ¼)
Alexander T. Tidball Promissory note 1824 (8 ½ x 17)
William Wood Leather wallet ca. 1824 (4 ½ x 7)
William Wood Account (tom oft) 1824-1830 (11 ½ x 6)
H. W. Baker & Sons Receipt 1825 (3 ½ x 11)
G. Frast (?) Tax assessment 1825 (5 x 16)
Stewart Grant Fabric 1825 (13 x 19 ¾)
William Hines Weaving carpet 1825 (15 x 21 ½)
D. Hollingsworth Receipt for $200 1825 (6 ½ x 17 ½)
J. and A. Miller Receipt for judgment (award) 1825 (10 ½ x 17)
John W. Miller Large account in store 1825 (41 x 17)
William Miller Loan for $320.36 1825 (14 ½ x 20 ¼)
Office of Discount and Deposits [ sic] Receipt for $6.87 1825 (6 x 13 ½)
Richard M. Sydner County tax 1825 (2 x 20)
A. S. Tidball Promissory note 1825 (6 x 17 ½)
Jacob Baker Dry goods 1826 (9 x 20)
Peter Bell Purchase order 1826 (7 ½ x 21 ¾)
William Miller Request for locust posts 1826 (25 x 20)
John Nevil Tools and implements 1826 (32 ½ x 20)
John Crockwell Wagon repairs 1827 (33 x 19 ½)
Daniel Lee Summons of James Wood's heirs (2 items) 1827 (17 ½ x 27)
John W. Miller Ledger pages – dry goods (2 pgs) 1827 (41 ½ x 17)
William Miller Ledger pages – dry goods (2 pgs) 1827 (33 ½ x 20 ½)
Will Richardson Hauling goods from Wheeling 1827 (10 x 19 ½)
William Riely Letter re Jesse Pugh 1827 (20 x 17)
Isaac Russell Tobacco, whiskey 1827 (14 x19)

Accounts, 1828-1829 – William Wood—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Frederick Aulick Fence posts

1828

(12 x 21)
Peter Ham Calfskin

1828

(8 x 21)
William Miller Note for $117.48

1828

(13 ½ x 20 ½)

Roberts & Taggart

Sugar, coffee

1828

(9 ½ x 17 ½)

Roberts & Taggart

Thimble, silk, dry goods

1828

(21 x 17)

Roberts & Taggart

Coffee, tea, snuff, salt, dry goods

1828

(26 x 17)

Roberts & Taggart

Silk, salt, tape, combs

1828

(10 ½ x 21)

Roberts & Taggart

Pins, buttons, needles, muslin

1828

(11 ½ x 16 ½)

Roberts & Taggart

Cotton, sugar, tea

1828

(12 x 16 ½)

Roberts & Taggart

Handkerchiefs, tea, sugar

1828

(8 x 17 ½)

Roberts & Taggart

Shawl, gloves, coat, hat, pants

1828

(7 x 20 ½)

Roberts & Taggart

Tea, sugar, and spices

1828

(11 ½ x 12)

Roberts & Taggart

Dry goods

1828

(13 x 14 ½)

Roberts & Taggart

Dry goods

1828

(15 ½ x 15 ½)

Roberts & Taggart

Tea pot, coffee, buttons

1828

(7 ½ x 19 ½)

Roberts & Taggart

Dry goods

1828

(8 x 21)

Jonathan Smith

Promissory note

1828

(10 x 19 ½)
Throckmorton's estate For Wood's heirs

1828

(12 x 20)
Thomas W. Ware Personal property tax

1828

(11 x 17)
William Wood Unidentified account

1828

(31 ½ x 9 ¾)
William B. Grove Receipt for $200

1829

(3 ½ x 20)
[Fleet] Mill bill

1829

(8 x 18 ½)
Roberts & Taggart Snuff, pepper, tea sugar

1829

(11 x 20)

Accounts, 1830-1834 – William Wood—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Baker & Sons Receipt for $.59

1830

(9 x 18)
Jacob W. Baker Goods for $2.48

1830

(8 ½ x 21)
J. & D. Brown Building a thrashing machine

1830

(14 x 19 ½)
J. V. Brown Receipt for $1.41

1830

(6 ½ x 10 ½)
John V. Brown Receipt for $4.50

1830

(10 ½ x 19)
Forney & RosenmiIler Nails

1830

(11 ½ x 21)
McKier Holliday Receipt for $1.87

1830

(10 x 10)
Jacob Lauck [Not legible]

1830

(5 ½ x 19 ½)
Richardson & Nutton Tubs, copper kettle, etc.

1830

(11 x 20)
Tidball, Wood, et al Iron, steel

1830

(7 ½ x 21)
Tidball, Wood, et al Iron

1830

(6 x 19 ½)
Tidball, Wood et al Iron

1830

(8 x 20 ¾)
Tidball, Wood, et al Iron

1830

(12 x 20 ½)
Roberts & Taggart Dry goods account

1830

(42 x 17)
Roberts & Taggart Dry goods account

1830

(41 ½ x 16 ½)
Henry Seevers Personal property tax

1830

(7 x 21)
Jacob Baker Large store account

1831

(34 x 20 ½)
[?] Miller Receipt for note paid

1831

(9 x 20 ½)
William Miller Bartering for com

1831

(16 ½ x 20)
Roberts & Taggart Promissory note

1831

(16 x 20)
Thomas Roberts Promissory note

1831

(6 ½ x 19 ½)
Theo L. Seevers Personal property taxes

1831

(6 x 17 ½)
Jacob Senseny Note for $5.18

1831

(10 ¾ x 20)
Throckmorton Estate account (Wood's heirs)

1831

(21 x 20)
John McClure Iron & steel

1832

(11 x 16 ½)
John W. Miller Note for $22.50

1832

(13 x 20 ½)
John Price Eight gallons of vinegar

1832

(11 x 22)
H.B. Streit Account with Jacob Baker

1832

(10 x 20)
Bank of the Valley Receipt

1833

(5 x 17 ¾)
John Denny Wheat

1833

(7 x 19 ½)
Peter Ham Animal hide

1833

(l0 ½ x 16 ½)
Thomas Roberts Postage stamps

1833

(7 x 16 ½)
Sheriff of Frederick Co. Personal property taxes

1833

(4 ½ x 16)
G. Smith Receipt for $5.00

1833

(7 x 16 ½)
Frederick Aulick Locust posts

1834

(9 ½ x 21)
Jacob Baker Note for $767.15

1834

(9 ½ x 18)
D. Hollingsworth 293 bushels of wheat

1834

(13 ½ x 21)
[Not stated] Labor at mill

1834

(13 x 14)
[Not stated] Repairs (tom page)

1834

(6 x 7 ½)
Seth Mason Carson Receipt for $36.55

1836

(13 ½ x 18)

Accounts, 1835-1838 – William Wood—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Frederick Aulick Locust posts 1835 (17 ½ x 21)
Frederick Aulick Locust posts 1835 (12 x 20 ¾)
Frederick Aulick Locust posts 1835 (1 ¾ x 20)
Frederick Aulick Bricks (600) 1835 (6 x 20)
Frederick Aulick Paving bricks 1835 (11 x 20)
William H. Grove Store account 1835 (32 x 20 ½)
D. Hollingsworth Mill bill 1835 (6 x 21 ½)
G. Kaiser (7) Receipt for $25.00 1835 (11 x 16)
Isaac Russell Promissory note 1835 (7 ¾ x 19)
Isaac Russell Promissory note 1835 (12 ½ x 19)
Henry B. Streit Promissory note 1835 (10 ½ x 19 ½)
AS. Tidball Bricks (2000) 1835 (17 x 19 ½)
L. Brannan [Not stated] 1836 (5 ½ x 20)
Lewis Fleet Bricks (175,000) 1836 (5 ½ x 20)
William H. Grove Miscellaneous goods 1836 (31 x 19 ½)
William H. Grove Labor and board 1836 (21 ½ x 20)
William H. Grove General store account 1836 (31 x 19 ½)
David Hollingsworth Grain, flour, and bricks 1836 (19 x 21 ½)
Wm Langley [Not stated] 1836 (8 x 13 ½)
John Neville Wood, grain, flour 1836 (32 x 20)
Roberts & Taggart Statement of account 1836 (10 ½ x 20 ¼)
Joshua Wilkison [Not stated] 1836 (ca 6 x 18)
[18 persons] Bricks, potatoes, wood, etc. (12 pages) 1836-1838

(16 x 19)

Jacob Baker Summary of account 1837 (14 x 20)
Lewis Fleet Receipt for $35 1837 (7 x 20)
William H. Grove Coat and gloves 1837 (11 x 20 ½)
Heftlebower & Co. 32 bushels of meal, flour, bacon 1837 (25 x 19)
[Not stated] Account for laborers 1837 (16 x 20 ½)
[Not stated] Account for laborers 1837 (10 ½ x 21)
Lewis Fleet Flour, bricks, com 1838 (19 ½ x 15 ½)
Lewis Fleet Bricks (165,000), harvesting 1838 (15 x 18 ¾)
William H. Grove Dry goods, groceries, sundries (2 pgs) 1838 (35 x 21)
William H. Grove Promissory note 1838 (8 ½ x 21)
William H. Grove Shoes, tobacco, sugar, salt, etc 1838 (31 ½ x 19)
Isaac Hollingsworth Bricks (200) 1838 (9 ¼ x 20)
Bushrod Taylor Promissory note 1838 (12 ½ x 19 ½)
Benjamin Wheeler Leather 1838 (14 ½ x 19)

Accounts, 1839-1843 – William Wood—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

J. and G. W. Baker Midlings 1839 (7 ¾ x 20)
J. H. Cary (?) Bricks (300) 1839 (9 ½ x 20)
Thomas Grimshaw Bricks (25,000) 1839 (6 x 15)
William H. Grove Paving bricks (1200) 1839 (11 x 19)
William H. Grove Dry goods, groceries, tobacco (4 pgs) 1839 (25 x 20)
Isaac Hollingsworth Bricks (200) 1839 (9 x 19 ½)
W. G. Russell Bricks (333) 1839 (7 ½ x 19)
W. G. Russell Bricks for hearth (300) 1839 (7 ½ x 19)
W. G. Russell Bricks for chimney top (300) 1839 (15 ½ x 19)
William Wood Repairs 1839 (8 x 5 ¼)
G. Frost Tax assessment 1840 (6 x 15 ¾)
William H. Grove Dry goods, condiments (2 Pgs) 1840 (31 x 19 ½)
Lemuel Bent (?) Muster fine 1841 (2 ½ x 15 ¾)
William Buck Guardianship 1841 (14 x 19 ½)
Bennet Carlin Brick making 1841 (25 x 18)
Eichelberger Newspaper subscription 1841 (4 ½ x 17 ½)
William H. Grove Receipt 1841 (7 x 18)
D. Hollingsworth Wheat 1841 (6 x 20)
J. G. Smith Promissory note 1841 (7 x 16 ½)
A. S. Tidball Brick orders (2500) 1841 (9 ½ x 20)
William Wood [tom] 1841 (9 x 4 ½)
George Hasley Blacksmithing 1842 (14 ¾ x 19)
Christopher Funk House repair 1842 (8 ½ x 18 ¾)
George F. Haslip Blacksmithing 1842 (31 x 20)
John Kiger estate Shoes 1842 (13 x 15)
Giddis Meiskell (?) Receipt for $137.45 1842 (8 ½ x 19 ½)
Armistid Wilson Receipt 1842 (6 ½ x 20)
H. Frederick Contra account 1842-1843 (14 x 20)
E. C. Borrdhin (?) Bricks (150) 1843 (7 ½ x 19)
George Haslyp [ sic] Blacksmithing 1843 (31 x 19)
David Hollingsworth Receipt 1843 (6 ¼ x 20 ½)
David Hollingsworth Wheat, flour 1843 (4 ¾ x 20 ½)
J. and W. G. Russell Promissory note 1843 (9 x 21)
Jacob Seseney Beef, pasture 1843 (19 x 18 ¾)
Hugh Sidwell Weight inspection 1843 (14 x 15 ¼)

Accounts, 1844-1848 – William Wood—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Robert Brown

Beef and veal

1844

(32 x 19)

John Crockwell

Hay account

1844

(32 x 20 ¼)

Farmer's Bank

Deposit

1844

(7 ½ x 19)

George G. Haslup

Tool repairs

1844

(33 x 20)

Elijah Neff

Corn

1844

(7 ½ x 20)

Nero (?)

[Not stated]

1844

(10 ½ x 9 ½)

H. W. Russell

Sundry merchandise

1844

(7 x 19 ¼)

R. W. Sherrard

Shoes

1844

(7 ½ x 17)

John Crockwell

12 receipts for hay

1845

(ca. 6 x 16)

D. Hollingsworth

8 bushels of wheat

1845

(4 x 20)

D. Hollingsworth

8 bushels of wheat

1845

(4 ¾ x 20)

D. Hollingsworth

139 bushels of wheat

1845

(5 ½ x 19)

J. G. Smith

Receipt

1845

(9 x 19 ½)

A. S. Tidball

Receipt for $290

1845

(9 ½ x 20)

[torn]

Spices, etc.

1845

(10 ½ x 9 ½)

A.S. Tidball

Dry goods

1845

(32 x 20)

N. Bent

Notice of debt

1846

(20 x 19)

John Crockwell

Receipts for hay (3 items}

1846

(5 x 15)
W. D. Gilkeson/W.G. Grove Statement of account

1846

(16 x 20)

Robert Harrison

Sale of horse

1846

(25 x 19 ½)

D. Hollingsworth

78 bushels of wheat

1846

(5 x 19 ½)

D. Hollingsworth

Wheat

1846

(5 ¾ x 20)

D. Hollingsworth

Wheat

1846

(5 ¼ x 18)

Joseph W. Long

Land tax

1846

(4 x 16)

F. R. Milton

Receipt for $3.50

1846

(6 x 19)

A. S. Tidball

Receipt for $39.92

1846

(8 x 19)

Robert B. Wolfe

Bank note

1846

(6 ½ x 15 ½)

John Wright

Blacksmithing (4 pages)

1846

(32 x 19 ½)

John Crockwell

Weigher and inspector

1847

(5 x 15 ½)

John Crockwell

Weigher and inspector

1847

(4 ½ x 15 ½)

D. Hollingsworth

47 bushels of wheat

1847

(7 ½ x 12 ½)

D. Hollingsworth

Grain

1847

(8 x 19 ½)

D. Hollingsworth

Grain

1847

(5 ½ x 20)

Henry Hoover

Toll gate #1

1847

(6 x 20)

George R. Long

Tax receipt

1847

(4 ½ x 15)

John Wright

Blacksmithing

1847

(31 ½ x 19 ½)

[Not legible]

[Not legible]

1847

(7 x 20)

A. M. H. Boyd

Request for hay

1848

(12 x 20)

George M. Crockwell

Receipt for $6

1848

(6 ½ x 20)

John Crockwell

Receipts for weighing hay (5 items)

1848

(ca. 5 ½ x 16)

David Hollingsworth

Mill account

1848 (18 x 18 ¼)
John S. Gallaher Advertisement in paper 1848 (6 ½ x 16)
John Crockwell Account c. 1848 (16 x 17)
Joseph W. Long Receipts for taxes (2 items) 1848 (ca. 5 x 15)
John Miller Receipt for $77.42 1848 (6 ½ x 21)
John G. Miller Request for payment 1848 (24 x 21)
John J. Rinker Request for payment 1848 (ca. 7 x 20)
John Wright Blacksmithing 1848 (31 ½ x 19 ½)

Accounts, 1849-1868 – William Wood—Box 3

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

John Carpenter Receipt for $34.50 1849 (6 x 20)
John P. Gallaher Newspaper subscription 1849 (14 ½ x 20)
D. Hollingsworth Receipts for milling (5 items) 1849 (ca. 8 x 19)
John Wright Blacksmithing (2 pages) 1849 (31 ½ x 19½)
Bank of the Valley Notice of debt 1850 (20 x 19 ½)
D. Hollingsworth 39 bushels of red wheat 1850 (6 ½ x 19 ½)
Senseny Request for few thousand brick 1850 (10 ½ x 20)
Thomas Hollis Weights and inspection 1851 (5 x 16)
James Striker (?) Meat account 1851 (32 x 19 ½)
John Diffendesper (?) Notice of debt 1852 (8 ½ x 20)
Bowen and Poston Keg of powder 1853 (9 x 20)
D. Hollingsworth 37 bushels of white wheat 1853 (8 x 17 ½)
G. Kiemy (?) Bank transaction 1853 (8 ½ x 19 ½)
Burges & Lauck Receipt 1854 (8 ½ x 20)
D. Hageman 5 tons of coal 1854 (ca. 9 x 20)
George Kremer Receipt 1855 (12 ½ x 19)
William Wood Note (tom) 1855 (10 x 14)
George W. Anderson Grain and miscellaneous 1857 (16 x 16)
D. Hollingsworth 8 bushels of red wheat 1856 (5 x 18 ½)
Thomas Latham Weight & inspection receipts (4 items) 1856 (ca. 5 x 16)
Thomas Latham Weight and inspection receipt 1856 (10 ¼ x 16)
Jackson & Wood Com planter 1856-57 (20 x 12 ½)
J. Belt Wood planks 1857 (5 x 17 ½)
Morrison & Rinker Receipt 1857 (7 x 20)
J. Schutt Letter dated 9-20-1857 1857 (16 ½ x 20½)
William Elliott Receipts for com (2 items) 1858 (ca17 ½ x 20)
Forsythe & Bush 18 barrels of com 1858 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
Forsythe & Bush 1 barrel of com 1858 (7 ½ x 19)
Forsythe & Bush 2 barrels of com 1858 (6 x 20)
Henry S. Slagle Promissory note 1858 (9 ½ x 18)
D. Hollingsworth Receipts for wheat (5 items) 1859 (ca. 5 x 20)
Hector Ball Insurance for mare 1860 (5 ½ x 19 ¼)
Clark and Bell Receipt 1860 (11 x 16)
George S. Fries Receipt for $12.60 1860 (5 x 15)
E. Hoffinan Tax levy in Winchester 1860 (6 x 15 ½)
H. Hoover Turnpike toll receipts (2 i) 1860 (6 ½ x 19)
E. H. McDonald Cattle 1860 (10 x 13)
J. B. Russell Tax receipts (2 items) 1860 (4 ½ x 15)
[Not legible] Repair of thrashing machine 1860 (7 x 18 ½)
A. S. Byrd Military appraisal 1861 (18 x 21)
Military Commander Confederate subsistence 1861 (29 x 41)
W. B. Walter Seed wheat 1861 (8 ½ x 19 ½)
Mrs. J. B. Hackney Servant Matilda 1867 (19 x 20)
J. A. Nulton Stove 1868 (12 x 21)
John Bond Wheel repairs [Not stated] (11 ½ x 20)
John Bramackz (7) Shoemaker [Not stated] (16 x 10)
Mr. Buck Clover hay [Not stated] (ca 8 x 11 ½)
W. Buskirk Letter [Not stated] (19 x 19)
Thomas Cramer Dry goods [Not stated] (6 ½ x 20 ½)
Farmers Bank Debit [Not stated] (8 ½ x 20)
H. Foster Request for goods and credit [Not stated] (6 x 20 ¼)
H. Foster Request for barrel of com [Not stated] (14 x 15)
Robert Gibbs Dry goods [Not stated] (c.11 ½ x 10)
Joseph Glass 250 bricks [Not stated] (5 x 19 ½)
William H. Grove Receipt [Not stated] (11 ½ x 20½)
Grove & Campbell Pasturage of animals [Not stated] (12 x 20 ½)
Peter Hamz Calf skin [Not stated] (6 x 21 ½)
D. Hollingsworth 13 bushels of wheat [Not stated] (6 ½ x 9)
Elijah Neff Grain, meal, flour [Not stated] (c. 9 ½ x 19)
Thomas A. Tidball Bricks (3100) [Not stated] (12 ½ x 19½)
Levi Wels Mill account [Not stated] (15 ½ x 21)
Nathan Wilson Receipt for 11 shillings [Not stated] (7 x 9 ½)
William Wood Horse breeding account [Not stated] (24 ½ x 20)
William Wood Property taxes

[Not stated]

(10 ¾ x 16)
William Wood Re gift of snuff

[Not stated]

(12 x 19 ¾)
[Not stated] Thank you note for snuff

[Not stated]

(12 x 19 ¾)
[Not legible] Items

[Not stated]

(10 x 19 ½)

[Not stated]

Weight of calves

[Not stated]

(25 x 20)

[Not stated]

Locust posts

[Not stated]

(c.16 x 21)

[Not stated]

Judgment costs

[Not stated]

(14 ¾ x 20)

[Not stated]

Signed by F. Shutt

[Not stated]

(11 x 6 ½)
[Not stated] Part of receipt (torn)

[Not stated]

(7 x 6 ½)

[Not stated]

Measurements

[Not stated]

(12 ½ x 19½)

BOX 4

Records of the Clerk of the Frederick County Court, 1744-1769

Colonel James Wood Sr. was Clerk of the Frederick County Court from November 11, 1743 until his death in 1759. Papers in this record group consist of court receipts, settlement of certain estates, and court fees. Graham succeeded James Wood for a brief period, until Arch Wager became the next clerk.

Accounts, 1744-1746 – Clerk of Court—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

John Carson Clerk's fees 1744 (5 ½ x 18 ¼)
Robert Green Clerk's fees 1744 (4 x 19 ½)
William Griffith Clerk's fees 1744 (5 x 19 ½)
John House Clerk's fees 1744 (7 ½ x 17)
Hugh Parrell Clerk's fees 1744 (3 x 19)
Mary Ross Clerk's fees 1744 (3 x 18)
Charles Carter Clerk's fees 1745 (4 ½ x 20)
John Campbell Clerk's fees 1745 (5 x 16 ½)
Henry Downs Clerk's fees 1745 (15 ¼ x 19)
Robert Green Clerk's fees 1745 (5 ¾ x 21 ½)
Richard James Clerk's fees 1745 (5 x 19)
John Miller Clerk's fees 1745 (6 x 18 ½)
Christopher Neill Clerk's fees 1745 (4 ½ x 17 ½)
John Newport Clerk's fees 1745 (9 x 21)
John Nicholas Clerk's fee 1745 (9 x 17)
Andrew Reid Clerk's fee 1745 (5 x 16 ½)
James Reynolds Clerk's fee 1745 (3 x 15 ½)
William Suitter Clerk's fee 1745 (4 x 16 ½)
Roger Turner Clerk's fee 1745 (4 ½ x 19)
Thomas Doster Receipt 1746 (9 x 15 ¼)
Henry Downy Fee List (10 names) 1746 (19 x 7 ½)
Gabriel Jones Clerk's fees 1746 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
Secretary (Thomas Nelson) Fee list (53 names) 1746 (30 ½ x 9 ½)
Thomas Nelson Salary for one year 1746 (6 x 20 ½)
John Newport Fee list (9 names) 1746 (15 ¾ x 9 ¾)
James Porteus Fee list (11 names) 1746 (19 x 7 ½)
John Richardson Clerk's fees 1746 (3 ½ x 20)
William Russell Clerk's fees 1746 (19 x 19 ½)
John Scrivener Clerk's fee 1746 (2 ½ x 17 ¾)
Mary Younger Administration fee 1746 (19 x 19 ½)
Robert Green Clerk’s fees 1746 (19 x 10)
Robert Green, Capt. Clerk's wrapper [Not stated] (21 x 8 ½)

Accounts, 1747-1749 – Clerk of Court—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

J. Bronough, Sheriff Fees (14 names) 1747 (14 ½ x 11)
Capt. Chester List of Delinquents (59 names) 1747 (29 ½ x 18½)
Thomas Chester Collections 1747 (12 x 30 ½)
Gabriel Jones Clerk's fee 1747 (2 ½ x 19 ½)
John Newport Clerk's fee 1747 (6 ½ x 19)
William Russell Clerk's fee 1747 (7 ½ x 19 ½)
Michael Ryan Legal fees 1747 (12 ½ x 16)
Peter Smith Clerk's fees 1747 (3 ½ x 19)
Augusta County Fee list (31 names) 1748 (31 x 9 ½)
Samuel Earle/Lettice Wilcockes Appraisal fee 1748 (6 x 15 ½)
Jarvis Houghman Clerk's fee 1748 (3 x 19)
James Long Clerk's fee 1748 (3 ½ x 19 ¾)
Andrew Reid Clerk's fees 1748 (5 x 18)
Mary Younger Clerk's fee 1748 (3 x 19)
Armsread Burwell Clerk's fee 1749 (6 ½ x 19)
Marquis Calmes Clerk's fee 1749 (3 ½ x 16)
Marquis Calmes Clerk's fee 1749 (6 ½ x 15)
Garrot Decker Clerk's fees 1749 (6 x 21 ½)
Samuel Earle Clerk's fees 1749 (15 x 18 ½)
James Edmonston Clerk's fee 1749 (3 ½ x 20 ½)
William Green Clerk's fee 1749 (4 ½ x 19)
William Griffith Clerk's fee 1749 (4 x 19)
Jonathan Hager Clerk's fees 1749 (4 ½ x 19)
John Lean Clerk's fees 1749 (5 x 20)
James McGrew Clerk's fee 1749 (3 ½ x 18)
Isaac Parkins Court judgment 1749 (14 x 19)
Isaac Perkins Clerk's fees 1749 (7 ½ x 20 ½)
Adam Reid Clerk's fees 1749 (l0 x 18 ½)
Andrew Reid Clerk's fees 1749 (3 x 19)
William Russell Clerk's fee 1749 (14 ½ x 20½)
Peter Smith Clerk's fee 1749 (3 ½ x 20 ½)
Simeon Taylor Clerk's fees 1749 (3 ½ x 19)
William Thomas Clerk's fees 1749 (c.4 x 19)
Joshua Way Clerk's fees 1749 (3 ½ x 18 ½)
Thomas Wood Clerk's fees 1749 (8 x 20)

Accounts, 1750 – Clerk of Court—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Armstead Burwell Clerk's fees 1750 (4 x 20 ½)
Matthew Bush Clerk's fee 1750 (4 x 19 ½)
Calmes/James Wood Payment to Jacob Rite 1750 (5 x 15 ½)
Marquis Calmes Clerk's fees 1750 (8 x 21)
Joseph Chaplin Clerk's fee 1750 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
George Croghan Clerk's fees 1750 (9 ½ x 20 ½)
Robert Debuth Clerk's fees 1750 (4 ½ x 20 ½)
George Denney Clerk's fees 1750 (5 x 20 ½)
Rebecca Edgill Clerk's fee 1750 (2 ½ x 20 ¾)
William Griffith Clerk's fees 1750 (8 x 21)
James Harron Clerk's fee 1750 (3 ½ x 21)
James Hude Clerk's fees 1750 (5 ½ x 20 ½)
James Jack Clerk's fee 1750 (3 ½ x 20 ½)
Evan Jones Clerk's fees 1750 (4 x 20)
John Jones Clerk's fees 1750 (4 x 20 ½)
Christopher Lowndes(?) Clerk's fee 1750 (5 x 21)
Samuel McFering Clerk's fees 1750 (4 x 20 ½)
James Maxwell Clerk's fee 1750 (3 ½ x 21)
James Maxwell Clerk's fee 1750 (4 x 20 ½)
William Maxwell Clerk's fee 1750 (4 x 20 ½)
Sophia Mayberry Clerk's fees 1750 (4 x 20 ½)
James Mitchell Clerk's fee 1750 (3 x 20 ½)
John Nation Clerk's fee 1750 (3 x 20 ½)
John Newport Clerk's fee 1750 (2 ¾ x 20 ¾)
Edmond Pendleton Clerk's fee 1750 (4 x 20 ½)
Richard Peters Clerk's fee 1750 (4 x 20 ½)
Aaron Price Clerk's fees 1750 (9 x 21)
Adam Read Clerk's fee 1750 (5 x 21)
William Russell Clerk's fees 1750 (6 ½ x 20 ½)
William Russell Clerk's fees 1750 (13 ½ x 20½)
William Ruth Clerk's fee 1750 (4 x 20 ½)
George Scott Clerk's fee 1750 (3 ¾ x 20 ¾)
Joseph Shippen Clerk's fee 1750 (6 ½ x 20 ½)
Adam Stephen Clerk's fee 1750 (3 ¾ x 20 ¾)
Trent and Croghan Clerk's fees 1750 (4 x 20 ¾)
The Vestry Clerk's fees 1750 (4 x 20 ¼)
Joshua Way Clerk's fees 1750 (5 ½ x 21)
Robert Wilson Clerk's fees 1750 (4 ½ x 20 ½)

Accounts, 1751 – Clerk of Court—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Peacock Bigger Clerk's fees 1751 (ca 6 x 19)
William Blythe Clerk's fee 1751 (3 ½ x 21 ¼)
John Brisco Clerk's fees 1751 (6 x 21)
Daniel Carrol, Esq. Clerk's fee 1751 (5 ½ x 21 ½)
Church Wardens Clerk's fees 1751 (15 x 21)
James Crabtree Clerk's fee 1751 (3 ½ x 21)
Garret Decker Clerk's fee 1751 (4 ¼ x 21)
Daniel Delaney, Esq. Clerk's fee 1751 (4 ½ x 21)
Henry Donahue Clerk's fees 1751 (6 ½ x 21)
Robert & Thomas Dunlap Clerk's fees 1751 (18 x 21 ½)
Cadwallader Evans Clerk's fees 1751 (5 ½ x 20)
Benoni Frasier Clerk's fee 1751 (4 ½ x 21)
Benjamin Grubb Clerk's fees (large) 1751 (26 x 21)
Elizabeth Hardin Clerk's fees 1751 (6 x 21 ½)
Jonathan Hager Clerk's fee' 1751 (3 ½ x 21)
James Hofinan Clerk's fee 1751 (3 ½ x 21 ½)
James Hood Clerk's fee 1751 (4 x 19 ½)
Adam Hoop Clerk's fees 1751 (7 ½ x 20 ½)
Richard Homer Clerk's fees 1751 (5 x 21 ½)
James Hude Clerk's fees 1751 (5 ½ x 21 ½)
George Johnston Bond with Andrew Campbell 1751 (16 x 19 ½)
Gabriel Jones, Gent Clerk's fees 1751 (6 ¾ x 21)
John Jones Clerk's fees 1751 (11 x 21)
James Long Clerk's fee 1751 (4 x 21)
David McGoy Clerk's fees 1751 (5 ¾ x 20 ½)
William McKey Clerk's fee 1751 (5 ½ x 21)
John McMachen Clerk's fees 1751 (8 x 20 ½)
Jonathon Mifllin Clerk's fees 1751 (15 x 21)
David Morgan Clerk's fee 1751 (4 ¼ x 21)
Robert Peter, Merchant Clerk's fees 1751 (5 x 21)
Aaron Price Clerk's fee 1751 (3 ¾ x 21)
Robert Rae (sic) and Daniel Campbell, Merch Clerk's fees 1751 (6 x 21 ½)
Robert Ray/Andrew Ross Clerk's fees 1751 (18 ½ x 21)
Robert Rae, Merch Clerk's fees 1751 (18 ½ x 21½)
Andrew Reid Clerk's fees 1751 (ca 5 x 20)
Andrew Reid Clerk's fee 1751 (4 ½ x 20 ½)
James Reid Clerk's fees 1751 (5 ½ x 21 ½)
Major William Russell Clerk's fees 1751 (8 ½ x 21)
Major William Russell Clerk's fees

1751

(9 x 21)
Major William Russell Clerk's fee

1751

(8 ½ x 21)
Lawrence Ruth Clerk's fees

1751

(5 ½ x 21)
Edward Shipper Clerk's fee

1751

(3 x 21)
Nicholas Strother

Clerk's fees

1751

(4 x 21 ½)
Strother, Ray & Ross

Clerk's fees

1751

(17 ¾ x 21)
Trent & Crogan

Clerk's fees

1751

(11 ½ x 21)
Conrad Waldiger

Clerk's fee

1751

(4 ½ x 21 ½)
William Watson

Clerk's fee

1751

(3 ½ x 21)

Accounts, 1752 – Clerk of Court (A-O)—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Thomas Bernsek Clerk’s fees 1752 (5 ½ x 18 ¾)
John Blakely Clerk’s fees 1752 (3 x 20)
Dr. John Briscoe Clerk’s fee 1752 (2 ½ x 19 ½)
William Burk Clerk’s fees 1752 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
John Butler & wife Clerk’s fees 1752 (3 ½ x 18)
Andrew Caldwell Clerk’s fee 1752 (4 x 19 ½)
John Caldwell Clerk’s fee 1752 (3 x 19)
Christopher Chamney Clerk’s fees 1752 (10 x 19)
George Croghan Clerk’s fee 1752 (ca 5 x19)
Herman Greathouse Clerk’s fee 1752 (2 ½ x 19)
Benjamin Grub Clerk’s fees 1752 (14 ½ x 19 ½)
Jane Grubb Clerk’s fee 1752 (2 ½ x 19)
William Hoge Jr. Clerk’s fees 1752 (7 x 19)
Andrew House Clerk’s fees 1752 (4 x 19 ½)
William Johnston Clerk’s fees 1752 (8 ½ x 18 ¾)
Gabriel Jones Clerk’s fees 1752 (7 x 19)
John Jones, Merchant Clerk’s fees 1752 (24 ¾ x 19)
Nathan Levy/Daniel Frank Clerk’s fees 1752 (3 x 19 ½)
James McClenaghan Clerk’s fee 1752 (3 ½ x 19 ½)
Catherine McFarland Clerk’s fees 1752 (3 ½ x 19)
David McGoy Clerk’s fees 1752 (4 x 19)
William & David McIlvaine Clerk’s fee 1752 (4 x 19)
William Maxwell, Gent Clerk’s fees 1752 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
Jonathan Mifflin Clerk’s fees 1752 (7 x 18 ¾)
Henry Mills Clerk’s fees 1752 (6 ½ x 19 ½)
Thomas Morgan/Samuel Hazard Clerk’s fees 1752 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
Andrew Nowland Clerk’s fee 1752 (3 ¾ x 16 ½)
Neil O’Gullion Clerk’s fees 1752 (11 ¾ x 19)

Accounts, 1752 – Clerk of Court (P-Z)—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Isaac Parkins Clerk's fees 1752 (6 x 19)
Richard Peters Clerk's fees 1752 (2 ½ x 19 ½)
Aaron Price Clerk's fees 1752 (5 ½ x 18 ½)
Robert Ray, Merchant Clerk's fees 1752 (16 ½ x 19 ½)
Robert Ray/Andrew Ross, Merch. Clerk’s fees 1752 (11 ½ x 19)
Robert Ray/Daniel Campbell Clerk’s fees 1752 (8 ½ x 19 ½)
Andrew Read Clerk’s fees 1752 (3 ½ x 19)
Talbot Risleau Clerk’s fee 1752 (3 ½ x 19)
Major William Russell Clerk’s fees 1752 (5 ½ x 19)
William Russell Clerk’s fees 1752 (8 x 19 ½)
William Russell, Gent Clerk’s fees 1752 (4 x 19)
George Scott Clerk’s fees 1752 (5 ½ x 21)
William Sheppard Clerk’s fees 1752 (6 ½ x 18 ½)
Joseph Shippen Clerk’s fee 1752 (3 x 15)
Peter Smith Clerk’s fees 1752 (3 ½ x19 ½)
Henry Spear Clerk’s fees 1752 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
Dr. Adam Stephens Clerk's fee 1752 (4 x 19 ½)
Nicholas Strother, et al. Clerk's fees 1752 (12 x 19 ¼)
Christopher Timmerman Clerk's fees 1752 (7 ½ x 18)
James Wardrop Clerk's fee 1752 (4 x 19 ½)
Thomas Whitledge Clerk's fee 1752 (3 ½ x 19 ¼)
John Wilcocks Clerk's fees 1752 (4 x 19)
James Wood Clerk's fee 1752 (2 ½ x 19)
Ralph Wormly Clerk's fee 1752 (3 x 19)

Accounts, 1753 – Clerk of Court (A-L)—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Humphrey Bell Clerk's fees 1753 (5 x 19)
Peacock Bigger Clerk's fees 1753 (5 ¼ x 19 ½)
George Bigham Clerk's fees 1753 (6 ½ x 19 ½)
John Blakeley Clerk's fee 1753 (5 ¾ x 19 ½)
William Blyth Clerk's fee 1753 (6 ½ x 19 ½)
John Butler Clerk's fee 1753 (4 x 19 ½)
Charles Cade Clerk's fee 1753 (5 x 19 ½)
Andrew Caldwell Clerk's fees 1753 (10 ½ x 19 ¼)
Marquis Calmes, Gent. Clerk's fees 1753 (ca11 x 19 ½)
Marquis Calmes Clerk's fee 1753 (5 x 19 ½)
Hugh Campbell Clerk's fee 1753 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
John Collins Fees (orphan John Ross) 1753 (4 x 19)
Archibald Craig Clerk's fee 1753 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
George Croghan Clerk's fees 1753 (9 ¾ x 19)
George Cummins Clerk's fees 1753 (6 ¾ x 19 ½)
Andrew Den Clerk's fees 1753 (4 ¾ x 19 ½)
Henry Downes Clerk's fee 1753 (5 x 19)
John Dyer Clerk's fees 1753 (7 ½ x 19)
Samuel Earle, Gent. Clerk's fees 1753 (7 ½ x 16 ½)
Samuel Earle, Gent. Clerk's fees 1753 (13 x 19 ½)
William Elzey Clerk's fees 1753 (6 ½ x 19 ½)
Bushrod Fantleroy Clerk's fee 1753 (4 x 19 ½)
Thomas Flannery Clerk's fees 1753 (8 x 19 ½)
Thomas Fleming Clerk's fees 1753 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
George Gibbons et ux Clerk's fees 1753 (6 x 19 ½)
George Keith Gibbons Clerk's fees 1753 (9 ½ x 19 ¼)
Richard Gondron Clerk's fee 1753 (4 x 19 ¼)
Thomas Gray Clerk's fees 1753 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
Robert Jackson Clerk's fee 1753 (4 x 19)
Gabriel Jones Clerk's fees 1753 (23 x 19 ½)
John Jones, Merchant Clerk's fees 1753 (22 x 19 ½)
George Kemp Clerk's fee 1753 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
John Knox Clerk's fees 1753 (9 ¼ x 19 ¼)
William Lee Clerk's fee 1753 (5 ½ x 20 ¼)
James Lindsey/Thomas Beard Clerk's fees 1753 (6 x 19)
William Logan Clerk's fee 1753 (4 x 19 ½)
James Long Clerk's fee 1753 (5 x 19 ½)

Accounts, 1753 – Clerk of Court (M-Z)—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Robert McClennaghan Clerk's fee 1753 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
David McGan & Comp. Clerk's fees 1753 (6 x 19 ½)
Michael McGuire/John McMachen Clerk's fees 1753 (6 ½ x 19 ½)
William McIlvaine Clerk's fees 1753 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
James McNish Clerk's fee 1753 (6 x 19 ½)
William Maxwell Clerk's fees 1753 (7 x 19)
Sophia Mayberry Clerk's fee 1753 (4 x 19 ½)
Thomas Mills Clerk's fee 1753 (6 x 19 ½)
John Mires Clerk's fee 1753 (5 x 19 ½)
Abraham Mitchell Clerk's fee 1753 (6 ½ x 19 ¼)
Henry Murrey Clerk's fees 1753 (8 x 19 ½)
John Murrey Clerk's fees 1753 (8 ½ x 19 ½)
John Muschet Clerk's fee 1753 (6 x 19 ½)
John Nealey Clerk's fees 1753 (7 x 19)
John Nealons Clerk's fees 1753 (18 ½ x 19 ½)
Edward Nelson Clerk's fee 1753 (6 ½ x 19 ½)
Secretary Nelson Clerk's fee 1753 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
Thomas Nelson Receipt for 30/11/9 1753 (10 ½ x 19 ½)
Lanick Ocain Clerk's fee 1753 (7 ½ x 19)
Duncan O'Gullion Clerk's fees 1753 (23 x 19 ¼)
George Pearis Clerk's fees 1753 (6 x 19 ½)
Richard Pearis Clerk's fee 1753 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
Garrot Pendergrass Clerk's fee 1753 (4 x 19 ½)
Isaac Perkins Clerk's fee 1753 (6 ½ x 19 ½)
Benjamin Perreyra Clerk's fees 1753 (7 x 19)
Robert Rae Clerk's fees 1753 (9 x 19 ½)
Robert Rae/Nicholas Strother Clerk's fees 1753 (8 x 19 ½)
Talbot Resteau Clerk's fees 1753 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
Thomas Rutherford Clerk’s fees 1753 (4 ½ x 15 ½)
Col. William Russell Clerk's fee 1753 (ca 4 x 18)
Col. William Russell Clerk's fees (torn) 1753 (9 ½ x 18 ½)
George Scott Clerk's fees 1753 (5 ½ x 19)
William Sheppard Clerk's fees 1753 (4 ½ x 19 ¾)
Slarmer and Sling Clerk's fees 1753 (5 ¾ x 19 ½)
William Shute Clerk's fee 1753 (6 ½ x 19)
Trent and Croghan Clerk's fees 1753 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
Thomas Wale Clerk's fees 1753 (7 ¾ x 19 ½)
James Wardrop Clerk's fees 1753 (5 ½ x 20)
Richard Welch Clerk's fees 1753 (8 x 19 ½)
Martin Wetzell Clerk's fees 1753 (6 x 19 ½)
Peter Williams Clerk's fees 1753 (7 ¾ x 19 ½)
Mary Ann Williamson Clerk's fees 1753 (5 x 19 ½)
James Wood/Marquis Calmes Clerk's fees 1753 (7 x 19 ½)
Isaac Woodrow Clerk's fee 1753 (4 ½ x 19 ½)
Ralph Wormley Esq. Clerk's fee 1753 (8 x 19 ½)
[Not Stated] Foreign fees 1753 (4 ½ x 21 ½)
[Not stated] Foreign fees-wrapper [Not stated] (9 ½ x 31)

Accounts, 1754 – Clerk of Court—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

George Arnold Clerk's fee 1754 (3 ½ x 19)
Richard Beason Clerk's fee 1754 (5 x 19)
Thomas Berwick Clerk’s fee 1754 (3 ½ x 19)
Cornelius Butler Clerk's fee 1754 (3 ¼ x 19 ½)
Andrew Caldwell Clerk's fees 1754 (31 ½ x 19 ½)
Andrew Caldwell et al Clerk's fees 1754 (4 x 19 ½)
Peter Carmack Clerk's fee 1754 (4 x 19)
John Caygill Clerk's fee 1754 (3 x 19)
Christopher Chamney Clerk's fees 1754 (4 ½ x 19 ¼)
George Croghan Clerk's fees 1754 (5 ¾ x 19)
James Cunningham Clerk's fees 1754 (4 x 19 ½)
Samuel Curle Clerk's fees 1754 (6 x 19)
James Dickson Clerk's fee 1754 (6 x 19 ½)
Henry Downs Clerk's fee 1754 (6 ¾ x 19 ½)
Samuel Earle/George Johnson Clerk's fee 1754 (3 ¼ x 19)
Samuel Earle Clerk's fees 1754 (9 x 19 ½)
William Ellzey Clerk's fees 1754 (6 x 19)
Cadwallader Evans Clerk's fee 1754 (3 x 19)
Bushrod Fauntleroy Clerk's fees 1754 (4 ¾ x 19 ½)
Duncan Greyham Clerk's fees 1754 (4 x 18)
William Haggard Clerk's fee 1754 (3 ½ x 19)
Henry Hardin Clerk's fee 1754 (6 x 19 ½)
William Hoge Clerk's fee 1754 (3 ½ x 19)
John Hope Clerk's fees 1754 (4 ¼ x 19 ¼)
James Hude Clerk's fee 1754 (5 x 19)
Robert Jackson, Merchant Clerk's fee 1754 (6 x 19)
Jones and Johnson Clerk's fee 1754 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
Gabriel Jones Clerk's fees 1754 (4 ½ x 19)
John Jones, Merchant Clerk's fees 1754 (17 x 19 ¼)
James Lemon Clerk's fees 1754 (31 x19)
William Linch Clerk's fee 1754 (3 ½ x 14 ½)
James Long Clerk's fees 1754 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
Laughlin McClain Clerk's fees 1754 (9 ½ x 19)
David McCullough Clerk's fee 1754 (5 x 19 ½)
David McGaw Clerk's fee 1754 (4 x 19)
Robert Marker Clerk's fees 1754 (6 ½ x 19)
Sophia Mayberry Clerk's fees 1754 (5 ¼ x 19 ½)
Abraham Miller Clerk's fee 1754 (6 ½ x 19)
Lewis Moore/Andrew Caldwell Clerk's fee 1754 (7 ½ x 19 ½)
John Murrey Clerk's fee 1754 (9 x 19 ½)
John Nealans Clerk's fees 1754 (5 ½ x 19)
Isaac Parkins Gent Clerk's fee 1754 (6 x 19 ¼)
Nathan Pedicoart Clerk's fee 1754 (4 ¾ x 19 ¼)
Edmond Pendleton Clerk's fees 1754 (9 x 19)
Robert Peter and Company Clerk's fee 1754 (4 ¾ x 19 ½)
Isaiah Phips Clerk's fees 1754 (6 ½ x 19)
Larkin Pierpoint Clerk's fees 1754 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
Richard Poulson Clerk's fee 1754 (2 ½ x 19 ½)
Phillip Pritchard Clerk's fee 1754 (3 ½ x 19)
William Reynolds Clerk's fees 1754 (7 ½ x 20)
Andrew Ross/Robert Rae Clerk's fees 1754 (6 ½ x 18 ¾)
David Ross/Charles Hammond Clerk's fees 1754 (5 x 19)
Andrew Scot Clerk's fees 1754 (3 ½ x 19 ½)
John Sherman Clerk's fees 1754 (4 x 19 ½)
Richard Simpson Clerk's fee 1754 (3 ½ x 19 ½)
George Stacey Clerk's fee 1754 (6 ½ x 19)
Adam Steven Clerk's fee 1754 (4 x 19 ½)
William Tidwell Clerk's fee 1754 (ca 6 ½ x 17)
John Wilcocks Clerk's fees 1754 (8 ¾ x 19)
[Not Stated] Foreign fees 1754 (10 x 19)

Accounts, 1755 – Clerk of Court—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

John Anderson

Clerk's fee

1755

(5 x 9 ½)
Samuel Atkinson

Clerk's fee

1755

(3 x 19)

James Ball

Clerk's fee

1755

(5 x 19)

Humphrey Bell

Clerk's fee

1755

(4 x 19)

Matthew Bush

Clerk's fee

1755

(7 x 19)

Andrew Caldwell

Clerk's fees

1755

(16 ¾ x 19 ¾)
Charles Carter Esq.

Clerk's fees

1755

(4 ½ x 19 ¼)
Christopher Chamney

Clerk's fees

1755

(4 ½ x 18 ½)
Josiah Clapton

Clerk's fees

1755

(5 x 19)
Dennis Conyers

Clerk's fee

1755

(3 x 19)
Joseph Crawford

Clerk's fees

1755

(7 ½ x 19)
George Croghan

Clerk's fees

1755

(5 ½ x 19)
John Crunk

Clerk's fee

1755

(ca 4 x 18 ½)
William Cunningham

Clerk's fee

1755

(4 ¼ x 19)
Daniel Curl (?)

Clerk's fee

1755

(3 x 18 ¾)
Jacob Darnell

Clerk's fee

1755

(4 x 19)
Charles Dick

Clerk's fee

1755

(ca l0 x 19)
Robert Eastham

Clerk's fees

1755

(11 x 19)

Martha French

Clerk's fee

1755

(4 ½ x 19 ½)

Duncan Grayham

Clerk's fee

1755

(4 ¼ x 18 ½)

Lydia Gryst

Clerk's fee

1755

(5 x 19)

Robert Hammet Clerk's fees 1755 (5 ½ x 19)
Richard Hampton Clerk's fee 1755 (5 x 19)
James Harron/Gabriel Jones Clerk's fees 1755 (5 ½ x 19 ½)
George Home Clerk's fee 1755 (7 x 19)
Snowdon Horton Clerk's fee 1755 (4 ¾ x 19)
Abraham Johnson Clerk's fee 1755 (ca 5 ½ x 19 ½)
Gabriel Jones Gent Clerk's fee 1755 (4 ¾ x 19)
Gabriel Jones/George Johnson Clerk's fee 1755 (5 x 19)
William Jones Clerk's fee 1755 (4 ½ x 19)
Henry Keen Clerk's fee 1755 (5 ½ x 19 ¼)
Lawson, Jardine & Compo Clerk's fee 1755 (5 x 19)
Nathan Levy/David Franks Clerk's fee 1755 (7 x 19)
Evan Lewis Clerk's fee 1755 (4 x 19)
George Linch Clerk's fee 1755 (6 ½ x 19)
Nicholas Lockerman Clerk's fee 1755 (6 x 19)
William Logan Clerk's fee 1755 (3 ¾ x 19)
James Long Clerk's fee 1755 (4 x 19)
Robert & Edward Maxwell Clerk's fees 1755 (10 x 19 ½)
Jasper Measner Clerk's fee 1755 (ca 3 ½ x 18)
John Mires Clerk's fees 1755 (4 ¼ x 19)
John Murray Clerk's fees 1755 (4 x 19)
John Neal Clerk's fee 1755 (5 x 19)
Jasper Ott Clerk's fee 1755 (4 ¼ x 19)
Frayl Pain Clerk's fee 1755 (4 x 19)
Larkin Pierpoint Clerk's fees 1755 (5 x 19 ½)
Daniel Purcell Clerk's fee 1755 (3 ½ x 19)
John Rall Clerk's fees 1755 (3 ½ x 19)
Daniel Roberts Clerk's fees 1755 (3 ½ x 19)
William Ross Clerk's fee 1755 (3 ½ x 19)
James Russell Clerk's fees 1755 (7 x 19)
William Russell Clerk's fee 1755 (3 x 19)
William Russell Gent Clerk's fee 1755 (3 ½ x 19)
William Russell Gent Clerk's fee 1755 (2 ¾ x 19)
[Andrew Seal] Clerk's fees 1755 (5 x 19)
[John Scull] Clerk's fees 1755 (4 ½ x 19)
Thomas Spencer Clerk's fees 1755 (4 x 18 ¾)
Adam Stevens Clerk's fees 1755 (8 ½ x 19)
Nicholas Strolher/Robert Rae Clerk's fee 1755 (6 x 19)
Trent & Croghan Clerk's fees 1755 (3 ½ x 18 ¾)
James Wardrop Clerk's fees 1755 (5 x 19)
George Webb Receipt for 7/10/10 1755 (8 ½ x 18 ½)
Robert Wilson Clerk's fees 1755 (4 x 19)
Mordecai Yamell Clerk's fee 1755 (4 ½ x 19)

Accounts, 1756-1757 – Clerk of Court—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Patrick Bogle & Company

Clerk's fees

1756

(7 x 19)

Patrick and John Bogle

Clerk's fee

1756

(3 ½ x 19 ½)

Patrick and William Bogle

Clerk's fees

1756

(6 ¾ x 19 ¾)

Andrew Caldwell

Clerk's fees

1756

(3 ½ x 19 ½)

William Copeland and Co.

Clerk's fees

1756

(4 x 19 ½)

Allan Court

Clerk's fee

1756

(3 ¼ x 19 ¼)

Charles Dick

Clerk's fees

1756

(11 ½ x 19 ½)

Charles Dick/Fielding Lewis

Clerk's fee

1756

(3 ½ x 19 ¼)

Major Samuel Earle

Clerk's fees

1756

(10 ½ x 19 ½)

Robert Eastham

Clerk's fees

1756

(4 ½ x 19)

William Elzey

Clerk's fee

1756

(2 ½ x 19)

William Elzey

Clerk's fee

1756

(4 x 19 ½)

Adam Hoop

Clerk's fees

1756

(7 x 20 ¾)

Gabriel Jones

Clerk's fees

1756

(3 ½ x 19 ½)

George Mason Gent

Clerk's fees

1756

(ca 7 ¾ x 18)

Robert & Edward Maxwell

Clerk's fees

1756

(6 ½ x 19)

William Munger

Clerk's fee

1756

(5 ½ x 19 ½)

Nicholas and Company

Clerk's fee

1756

(3 ½ x 19 ½)

Prince William County

Fees for 23 persons

1756

(9 ½ x 26 ½)

John Ralle

Clerk's fees

1756

(4 ½ x 19 ½)

Col. Adam Stephan

Clerk's fees

1756

(5 ¼ x 19)

Lewis Stevens Gent

Clerk's fees

1756

(9 ½ x 30 ½)

Samuel Ackerling / Ezekiel Songmaster

Clerk's fees

1757

(5 x 19 ¾)

Humphry Bell

Clerk's fee

1757

(3 ½ x 19)

Patrick Bigger

Clerk's fee

1757

(ca 3 ½ x 19)

Alexander Boyd

Clerk's fee

1757

(4 x 19 ½)

Henry Brinker

Clerk's fee

1757

(4 x 19 ½)

Henry Brinker

Clerk's fees

1757

(10 ½ x 20)

James Burson

Clerk's fee

1757

(ca 4 ½ x 19 ½)

Andrew Campbell

Clerk's fees

1757

(9 ½ x 19 ½)

Simon Carson

Clerk's fee

1757

(3 x 19)

Charles Carter

Clerk's fees

1757

(6 ¼ x 19 ¾)

Christopher Chamney

Clerk's fees

1757

(3 ½ x 19 ½)

Andrew Coulbertson

Clerk's fee

1757

(ca 4 x 19)

Allan Court

Clerk's fee

1757

(3 ½ x 19 ½)

George Croghan

Clerk's fees

1757

(6 x 19 ½)

Benjamin Cutbeard

Clerk's fee

1757

(3 x 19)

James Doyle

Clerk's fee

1757

(ca 4 ½ x 19 ¼)

Edward Dunfield and wife

Clerk's fee

1757

(4 x 19 ½)

Major Samuel Earle

Clerk's fees

1757

(7 ½ x 19 ½)

William Elzey

Clerk's fee

1757

(5 x 19 ¼)

[George Frazior]

Clerk's fee

1757

(4 x 19)

Col. William Green

Clerk's fees

1757

(6 x 19 ½)

Elizabeth Harden

Clerk's fees

1757

(ca 5 x 19 ½)

George Hurne

Clerk's fees

1757

(10 ½ x 20)

Gabriel Jones

Clerk's fees

1757

(5 ½ x 20)

George Mason Gent

Clerk's fees

1757 (ca 6 x 18)

Robert & Edward Maxwell

Clerk's fee

1757

(4 ½ x 19 ½)

John Mercer Esq.

Clerk's fee

1757

(4 x 19 ½)

William Monger

Clerk's fees

1757

(8 x 19 ½)

Hugh & Martha Murphy

Clerk's fees

1757

(5 ¼ x 19 ½)

William Pickett

Clerk's fees

1757

(6 ¾ x 20)

John Ralle

Clerk's fees

1757

(5 x 19 ¾)

William Ramsey

Clerk's fees

1757

(8 ½ x 18 ½)

Ramsey and Dixon

Clerk's fees

1757

(7 x 19 ½)

George Ross (Maryland)

Clerk's fee

1757

(ca 4 ½ x 19)

William Russell/William Griffith

Clerk's fees

1757

(4 x 18 ½)

John Tarpley

Clerk's fees

1757

(4 ½ x 20)

Trent and Croghan

Clerk's fee

1757

(3 ½ x 19 ½)

Robert Warth

Clerk's fees

1757

(4 x 19 ¾)

Joseph [Wolgomos]

Clerk's fees

1757

(8 ½ x 19 ½)

Accounts, 1758 – Clerk of Court—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

John Ashbey Clerk's fee

1758

(5 ½ x 18 ¾)
Henry Awbrey Clerk's fee

1758

(4 ½ x 19 ½)
John Ball Clerk's fees

1758

(8 ¾ x 18 ½)
Humphry Bell Clerk's fee

1758

(4 ½ x 18 ½)
Peacock Bigger Clerk's fee

1758

(ca 4 ¼ x 17 ½)

William Blackburn Clerk's fees

1758

(6 x 17 ½)
William Blythe Clerk's fee

1758

(4 x 18)
George Bogle & Company Clerk's fees

1758

(7 ½ x 19)
Patrick Bogle & Company Clerk's fees

1758

(7 ½ x 18 ¾)
Peter Bowman Clerk's fee

1758

(4 x 18 ½)
John Bramham Jun. Clerk's fees

1758

(5 x 19 ½)
Windell Brown Clerk's fee

1758

(ca 5 x 18 ½)

Christopher Chamney Clerk's fees

1758

(5 x 18 ½)
Edward Clifford Clerk's fees

1758

(6 x 18 ½)
Cornelius Clopper Clerk's fee

1758

(4 x 18 ½)
Samuel Conyers Clerk's fee

1758

(4 ½ x 18 ½)
Daniel Delaney Esq Clerk's fee

1758

(4 x 18 ½)
Charles Dick Clerk's fees

1758

(5 ½ x 19)
Charles Dick/Fielding Lewis Clerk's fees

1758

(9 ½ x 18 ½)
James Doyle Clerk's fee

1758

(3 ½ x 18 ½)
Major Samuel Earle Clerk's fees

1758

(5 ½ x 18 ½)
John Elliner Clerk's fees

1758

(4 ½ x 18 ½)
William Elsay Clerk's fees

1758

(6 ½ x 18 ½)
William Gray in Carolinas Clerk's fee

1758

(5 x 18 ½)
William Hanbleton Clerk's fee

1758

(8 x 18 ½)
Elizabeth Hardin Clerk’s fee

1758

(4 ½ x 19)
John Hardin, Sheriff Clerk's fee

1758

(3 ¼ x 14)
John Havowich? Clerk's fees

1758

(4 ½ x 18 ½)
Robert Hastie Clerk's fees

1758

(6 x 19)
John Heath Clerk's fee

1758

(4 ½ x 18 ½)
Abraham Hite Clerk's fee

1758

(4 ½ x 18 ½)
Mary Hoge Clerk's fee

1758

(5 ½ x 18 ½)
Adam Hoops Clerk's fee

1758

(6 x 18 ½)
George Hume Clerk's fees

1758

(5 x 18 ½)
Thomas Humphrey Clerk's fee

1758

(4 ¼ x 18 ½)
Robert Jackson Clerk's fees

1758

(4 x 18 ½)
Mary James Clerk's fee

1758

(4 x 18 ½)
Gabriel Jones Clerk's fee

1758

(4 ½ x 20)
Michael Kiser Clerk's fee

1758

(4 ½ x 18 ½)
Marcus Kuhl Clerk's fees

1758

(8 x 19)

Levy and Franks

Clerk's fees

1758

(5 x 18 ¾)

Nathaniel McCarrot

Clerk's fee

1758

(ca 4 x 18 ½)

Robert & Edward Maxwell

Clerk's fee

1758

(4 ½ x 18 ½)

John Mercer

Clerk's fee

1758

(5 x 18 ½)

Jonathan Mifflin

Clerk's fees

1758

(8 x 19 ½)

John Moore

Clerk's fee

1758

(4 x 19)

Thomas Morgan

Clerk's fee

1758

(4 x 19)

Joseph Mounts

Clerk's fees

1758

(4 ½ x 19 ½)

Solomon Nickolls

Clerk's fees

1758

(ca 4 ½ x 19)

George Noteback

Clerk's fee

1758

(5 x 19 ½)

Peter Oler

Clerk's fee

1758

(5 x 19 ½)

Benjamin Pearson

Clerk's fees

1758

(4 ½ x 18 ½)

Benjamin Pearson for Thomas Pearson

Clerk's fee

1758

(4 x 18 ½)

Enoch Pearson

Clerk's fee

1758

(5 x 19)

Benjamin Perreyra

Clerk's fee

1758

(4 x 18 ½)

Peter Polson

Clerk's fees

1758

(7 ¾ x 19)

Prince William County

Fees for 10 persons

1758

(9 ½ x 20 ½)

Joseph Rodman

Clerk's fee

1758

(5 x 19)

Peter Ranch

Clerk's fee

1758

(5 x 18 ½)

Richard Roberts

Clerk's fee

1758

(5 x 18 ½)

Matthew Rogers/Jasper Sutton

Clerk's fees

1758

(4 ¾ x 18 ½)

William Ross

Clerk's fee

1758

(4 ½ x 19 ½)

William Russell Gent

Clerk's fee

1758

(3 ¾ x 19)

Col. William Russell

Clerk's fees

1758

(7 x 18)

Robert Sheddin

Clerk's fee

1758

(7 ¼ x 18 ½)

James Spurr

Clerk's fee

1758

(4 x 19)

Col. Adam Stephen

Clerk's fees

1758

(3 ½ x 19)

Lewis Stephens Gent

Clerk's fees

1758

(18 x 18 ½)

Lewis Stephens

Clerk's fees

1758

(4 ½ x 18 ½)

Lewis Stephens

Clerk's fee

1758

(6 ½ x 18 ½)

James Strachan

Clerk's fee

1758

(ca 5 x 18 ½)

Nicholas Strother

Clerk's fee

1758

(6 ½ x 18 ½)

John Taylor

Clerk's fee

1758

(5 x 18 ½)

Rowland Thomas

Clerk's fee

1758

(5 x 18 ¾)

Charles Thompson

Clerk's fees

1758

(10 ½ x 18 ½)

Christopher Timmerman

Clerk's fee

1758

(3 ½ x 19)

Trent and Croghan Clerk's fees 1758

(ca 6 x 19)

Samuel Walker Clerk's fee 1758

(4 ½ x 18 ¾)

Francis Waring Clerk's fee 1758

(4 ½ x 19)

Alexander Wodrow Clerk's fees 1758

(6 ½ x 18 ½)

James Wood/Marquis Calmes Clerk's fee 1758

(5 x 19)

Israel Young Clerk's fee 1758

(5 ½ x 18 ½)

Accounts, 1759 – Clerk of Court—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Thomas Blakemore Clerk's fee 1759 (3 ¾ x 15 ½)
Dr. John Briscoe Clerk's fees 1759 (7 x 15 ½)
Thomas Bullitt Clerk's fees 1759 (6 ½ x 15)
Simon Carson Clerk's fee 1759 (3 ½ x 9 ½)
William Cockran Clerk's fee 1759 (4 ¾ x 15 ½)
William Cocks Clerk's fees 1759 (5 ¾ x 14)
William Cocks Clerk's fee 1759 (5 x 15 ½)
Joseph Edwards Clerk's fee 1759 (4 ½ x 15 ½)
Jacob Fonk Clerk's fees 1759 (ca 9 x 15 ½)
John Fonk

Clerk's fee

1759 (5 x 15 ½)
Thomas Grafford

Clerk's fee

1759 (ca 4 ½ x 11 ½)
William Hurst

Clerk's fee

1759

(5 x 15 ½)

Melcher Ingle

Clerk's fee

1759

(5 x 15 ½)

Richard Lewis Clerk's fees 1759

(8 x 15 ½)

Christopher Marr Clerk's fee 1759 (3 ½ x 15 ½)
Semion Rice Clerk's fee 1759 (4 ¾ x 16)
Edward Snickers

Clerk's fees

1759 (7 ½ x 15)
Lawrence Stephens

Clerk's fees

1759 (4 ¼ x 15 ½)
Lewis Stephens

Clerk's fees

1759 (5 ½ x 15 ½)
Lewis Stephens

Clerk’s fees

1759 (3 x 9 ¼)
Thomas Waddleton

Clerk's fee

1759 (3 x 9 ¼)
Thomas Waddlington

Clerk's fee

1759 (7 x 15 ½)
Owin Wingfield

Clerk's fees

1759 (6 ½ x 15 ½)
John Neaville Younger

Clerk's fees

1759 (5 x 15 ½)

Accounts, 1760 – Clerk of Court (A-K)—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

Richard Abbott Clerk's fee

1760

(4 ¼ x 20)
Mary Ackinson Clerk's fee

1760

(4 ½ x 20 ½)
Francis Allen Clerk's fee

1760

(5 x 18 ½)
James Arvin Clerk's fee

1760

(5 x 20)
Augusta County 14 fees

1760

(12 ¾ x 9 ½)
Samuel Bailey Clerk's fee

1760

(4 x 20)
Michael Barnett Clerk's fees

1760

(5 x 20)
James Barry Clerk's fee

1760

(4 ¾ x 18 ½)
Peter Beller Clerk's fee

1760

(4 x 18 ½)
Thomas Bird Clerk's fee

1760

(5 x 20)
William Blackburn Clerk's fee

1760

(5 x 20)
Captain John Bragg Clerk's fee

1760

(4 ½ x 20)
William Bratton Clerk's fee

1760

(3 ½ x 18 ½)
Christopher Brooks Clerk's fee

1760

(4 x 18 ½)
William Burt Clerk's fee

1760

(5 ¼ x 20)
John Campbell Clerk's fee

1760

(4 x 18 ½)
John Campbell Clerk's fee

1760

(5 ½ x 20)
Nathaniel Chapman Clerk's fee

1760

(4 x 18 ½)
Michael Cherround Clerk's fee

1760

(3 x 18 ½)
William Clemmens Clerk's fee

1760

(4 ¾ x 20)
Valentine Cloninger Clerk's fee

1760

(4 x 18)
Elizabeth Culverson Clerk’s fee

1760

(4 x 18 ½)
William Darling Clerk's fee

1760

(5 ½ x 20)
James Donaldson Clerk's fee

1760

(5 x 20)
James Dunlop Adm. Clerk's fees

1760

(6 x 20)
John Elliner Clerk's fee

1760

(5 ½ x 20)
George Feltom Clerk's fee

1760

(ca 4 ½ x 19 ½)
Jane Fitzpatrick Clerk's fee

1760

(4 x 18 ½)
William Fitzpatrick Clerk's fee

1760

(4 ½ x 20)
Ann Frazior Clerk’s fee

1760

(4 ½ x 18 ½)
Cornelius Fulling Clerk’s fee

1760

(5 x 20 ¼)
Capt. Jacob Funk Clerk’s fee

1760

(5 ¼ x 20 ¼)
John Griser Clerk’s fees

1760

(5 ½ x 19 ½)
Robert Hamilton Clerk’s fee

1760

(4 x 20)
Elizabeth Haybourn Clerk’s fee

1760

(5 x 20)
John Head Clerk’s fee

1760

(5 x 20)
Jacob Hurley Clerk’s fee

1760

(4 x 18 ½)
Melchoir Ingle Clerk’s fee

1760

(2 ¾ x 9 ½)
James Irwin Clerk’s fee

1760

(6 ½ x 20)
Joseph Irwin Clerk’s fee

1760

(4 x 20)
Thomas Johns Clerk’s fees

1760

(ca 4 ½ x 20)
Hugh Johnston Clerk’s fee

1760

(4 ½ x 20)

Accounts, 1760 – Clerk of Court (L-Z)—Box 4

George Landman Clerk's fees 1760 (ca 5 x 20)
Hugh Lenose/William Scott Clerk’s fee 1760 (4 ½ x 20)
Evan Lewis Clerk's fee 1760 (ca 4 x 20)
David Logan Clerk's fee 1760 (6 x 20)
Philip Mason Clerk's fee 1760 (4 x 18)
Jasper Measner Clerk's fees 1760 (5 ½ x 20 ½)
David Miller Clerk's fee 1760 (4 x 20)
Zachariah Miller Clerk's fee 1760 (4 ½ x 20 ½)
Mary Moore Clerk's fees 1760 (8 x 20)
Elioner Mountain Clerk's fee 1760 (4 x 20)
Joseph Mounts Clerk's fee 1760 (ca 4 x 19 ½)
Margaret Muffitt Clerk's fee 1760 (4 ½ x 20 ½)
William Munday Clerk's fee 1760 (5 x 20)
John Murry Clerk's fee 1760 (ca 4 ½ x 20)
Neill Ogullion Clerk's fee 1760 (5 x 18 ½)
Margaret Pack Clerk's fees 1760 (4 x 18 ½)
William Palmer Clerk's fee 1760 (4 ¾ x 20)
Benjamin Pearson Clerk's fee 1760 (5 x 20)
Jacob Perkley Clerk's fee 1760 (4 ½ x 20)
Thomas Perry Clerk's fee 1760 (4 ½ x 20)
Thomas Price Clerk's fee 1760 (3 x 18 ½)
Francis Purnall Clerk's fee 1760 (4 x 20 ½)
George Redd Clerk's fee 1760 (4 x 18 ½)
Joseph Robinet Clerk's fee 1760 (4 ¾ x 20)
Jacob Seabert Clerk's fee 1760 (4 x 19 ½)
Stephen Self Clerk's fee 1760 (5 x 20 ½)
William Shepherd Clerk's fee 1760 (4 x 19 ½)
Mary and Barnet Shebley Clerk's fee 1760 (4 x 18 ¼)
Jacob Siveley Clerk's fee 1760 (5 ½ x 20)
John Smearer Clerk's fee 1760 (4 ½ x 20)
Edward Snickers Clerk's fee 1760 (3 x 9 ½)
Frederick Sottzler Clerk's fee 1760 (5 x 20)
David Stephens Clerk's fee 1760 (4 ½ x 20)
Engle Stockman Clerk's fee 1760 (4 ¾ x 20)
Samuel Stroud Clerk's fee 1760 (4 ¾ x 18 ½)
Henry Summers Clerk's fee 1760 (5 x 20 ¼)
Lazarus Taylor Clerk's fee 1760 (4 x 18 ½)
Elizabeth & William Vestall Clerk's fee 1760 (4 x 20)
Lawrence White

Clerk's fee

1760

(3 x 18 ½)

Henry Williams

Clerk's fee

1760

(4 ½ x 19)

Charles Wills

Clerk's fee

1760

(2 ¾ x 18 ½)
William Windsor

Clerk's fees

1760

(ca 4 ½ x 20)
John Wood

Clerk's fees

1760

(ca 4 ½ x 19 ½)
Jacob Yeizer

Clerk's fee

1760

(3 x 18 ½)

Accounts, No Dates – Clerk of Court—Box 4

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

John Anderson Clerk's fee [No date] (5 x 9 ¾)
Joshua Baker Clerk's fee [No date] (4 ½ x 18)
Peter Bumgardner Clerk's fees [No date] (5 ½ x 19 ½)
Joseph Chambers Clerk's fees [No date] (20 ½ x 8 ½)
Griffith, Williams, Eller Clerk's fee (torn) [No date] (3 x 9)
William Griffiths Clerk’s fees [No date] (5 x 19 ¼)
William Foreman Fees paid by 12 persons [No date] (13 ½ x 8)
George Groghan Clerk's fees [No date] (8 ¼ x 21)
John Jones/Enoch Pearson Clerk's fees [No date] (3 x 17)
Richard James Clerk's fees (runaway) [No date] (5 x 19 ½)
Judgments obtained (lists 7 names) Clerk’s fees [No date] (20 ½ x 8 ½)
John Lean Clerk's fees [No date] (6 x 21)
McIlvane Clerk's fees [No date] (4 x 19)
McIlvane (sic) Clerk's fees [No date] (5 x 19)
John Mercer Gent Clerk's fees [No date] (4 ½ x 19)
Hugh Mitchell, merchant Clerk's fee [No date] (6 x 18)
Capt. Lewis Neill Clerk's fees [No date] (15 x 21 ½)
Garret Pendergrass Clerk's fees [No date] (7 ½ x 21)
Jonathan Perkins Clerk’s fee [No date] (4 x 17 ½)
Robert Rae Clerk's fees [No date] (6 x 19 ½)
James Reed Clerk's fee [No date] (2 ½ x 19)
Adam Reid Clerk's fee [No date] (7 x 21)
William Russell Clerk’s fee [No date] (5 x 18)
William Russell Adm. of Griffith [No date] (3 ½ x 16)
William Russell Adm. of John Newport [No date] (5 x 18)
William Russell Adm. of Renick [No date] (5 ¾ x 17 ½)
William Russell/George Johnston Clerk's fee

[No date]

(3 ½ x 19 ½)
Robert Rutherford

Clerk's fee

[No date]

(4 ½ x 18)
Shurman-Perkins-Wood certificate Certification note [No date] (13 ¾ x 19)
[Thomas] Shurman

Clerk’s fee

[No date]

(5 x 20)
Thomas Slaughter

Clerk's fee

[No date]

(4 x 18)
Lt. Charles Smith

Clerk's fee

[No date]

(5 x 18 ½)
Tarpley

Clerk's fee

[No date]

(4 x 12 ½)
Joseph Wolgamot

Clerk's fee

[No date]

(3 ¾ x 18 ¾)
Thomas Wood Beef, punch

[No date]

(9 ½ x 17)

Miscellaneous, No Date – Clerk of Court—Box 4

This manuscript collection of 14 items has little value to researchers. Most of the items are undated wrappers that once held together receipts and other papers in the James Wood Family Papers.

Account

Goods/Services

Date

Size (cm)

H. Bell, merchant

Wrapper

[No date]

(9 ½ x 19 ½)
G. Bogle and Comp.

Wrapper

[No date]

(18 x 13)
[Coart Allan]

Wrapper

[No date]

(7 x 19 ¼)
[Chamney, merchant]

Wrapper

[No date]

(19 ½ x 12)
Donnaley

Wrapper

[No date]

(7 x 15 ½)
Jacob Hite

Wrapper

[No date]

(9 ½ x 20 ¼)
Robert Jackson, Merch.

Wrapper

[No date]

(5 ½ x 18 ½)
Jn. Jones

Wrapper

[No date]

(19 ½ x 16)
Ross and Ray

Wrapper

[No date]

(7 x 19)
[Not legible]

Wrapper

[No date]

(10 x 31)

[Not stated]

Scrap of paper

[No date]

(5 x 18 ½)

[Not stated]

Scrap of paper

[No date]

(6 ½ x 10)

[Not stated]

Scrap of paper

[No date]

(4 ½ x 9 ¾)

[Not stated]

Scrap of paper

[No date]

(3 ½ x 5)

BOX 5

Miscellaneous Papers

This miscellaneous section is arranged chronologically by date and period of time, in known. These papers are not ascribed or identified with one particular member of the Wood family. Among the papers are bills, accounts and notes.

Miscellaneous, 1700s

There are 12 items in this record group.

Miscellaneous, 1800s

There are 10 items in this record group.

Miscellaneous Group I, No Dates

There are 44 items in this record group.

Miscellaneous Group II, No Dates

There are 24 items in this record group.

Miscellaneous Group III, No Dates

There are 12 items in this record group.